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CANTON HIGH SCHOOL 

CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




TABLE OF CON! 




DEDICATION 

SENIOR LIFE 

SENIORS 

SPORTS 

ACTIVITIES 

UNDERCLASSMEN 
ADMINISTRATION AN 
ADVERTISING 




PAUL O'BRIEN 

I960 — 1978 



. . . For we know life's never measured 
by how many years we live 

But by the kindly things we do 
and the happiness we give." 
— Helen Steiner Rice 




Written somewhere is the statement, "God 
alone knows how many people's destinies depend 
on ours." In his brief time Paul touched many 
people's lives, perhaps more than most of us ever 
could, because he had so much faith in his ideals, 
so much courage in expressing his beliefs, and so 
much love for others. 

Some of us are given the privilege of knowing 
special people . They pass through our lives like 
meteors, searing our consciousness and leaving a 
blaze of light long after they are gone. How long 
it takes a meteor to cross the sky, though, has 
little to do with the beauty and wonder we exper- 
ience in its passage. We are all blessed to have 
been chosen, privileged that Paul was given to 
each of us. That he lived among us is proof that 
God loves us. 



six'm . . . friendly . . . always smiling . . . drive-in . . . new Hamp- 
shire . . .thank you . . .the great escape . . bob seger's "beautiful 
loser" . . .that star market feeling . . . 



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DEDICATION 
MR. HOWARD MORRISON 






We the Class of 1978, dedicate 
our yearbook to Mr. Howard 
Morrison, who has shown his 
genuine interest in our school and 
particularly in our class. 

Some of us have had the good 
fortune of being in his classes; 
some of us have known him as a 
coach; but all of us have known 
him as a faculty member sincere- 
ly interested in the students of 
Canton High. We choose at this 
time to honor Mr. Morrison as a 
teacher, as a coach, and especial- 
ly as a friend. 

Our senior year has been a very 
special year in our lives. As our 
class adviser, Mr. Morrison has 
assisted us in more ways than we 
can enumerate. Through his ad- 
vice and hard work, our Senior 
Breakfast, Football Luncheon, 
Senior Banquet, Senior Prom, 
and Graduation will serve as hap- 
py, lasting memories of our final 
year at CHS. 

We dedicate the record of this 
past year, ECHO '78, to you Mr. 
Morrison with deep gratitude and 
thanks for all you have done to 
make our senior year a great one. 





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JEWISH WAR VETERANS' AWARD 
Danna Gaynoi 



HARVARD BOOK AWARD 
Barbara Paradis 




NMSQT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION 

Lindley Gifford, Sharon Mandell, Susan Twohig, Leslie Goransson, James 
Rittenhouse, Thomas Andrews. Missing, Lauren Oshry, James Staiti. 




NMSQT FINALISTS 
Francis O'Neill 
Joshua Simons 



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WE'VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY . . . 




24 Craig F. Bill & Judy S. 




28 




Lindley G. 



29 




30 




37 




40 



MOST FLIRTATIOUS 
Chad Callanan 
Lisa Hamilton 






MOST COURTEOUS 
Kevin Cashman 
Joanne Aledda 




MOST SPIRITED 
Michael Uliano 
Faith Ernest 




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NOREEN A. ADAMS 
nonie . . . quiet . . . always gives a big smile 
. . . weekend at fitchburg . . . remembers 
camping at the cape . . . summer of 75-76 . . . 
one more jellybean . . looks forward to week- 
ends ... a true, loyal friend . . . early morning 
rendezvous . . . missed ya . . . happiest with a 
pen in hand and being with joseph . . . 



JOANNE MARIE ALEDDA 
juanita . . . tennis . . . Softball . . . student 
council . . . one, two, three o"clock rock . . . 
skying around . . friend to all ... ponky . . . 
a smile costs nothing, but gives much: it takes 
but a moment but the memory of it sometimes 
lasts forever . . . 





BRUCE MICHAEL ALLEYNE 
caradonna's in stoughton . . . usually seen 
dragging a wagon (55 mph) . . . weekends 
were made for blue hills drive-in . . . 



JILL ANNE ANDERSEN 
joanie . . . w. yarmouth . . student council 
. . . tennis . . . 5,6,7 o'clock rock ... six 'm 
. . . tuesday nights . . . "if you love listening 
you will learn, if you lend an ear, wisdom will 
be yours." 

— ecclesiasticus 6:33 



ANTHONY C. ANZALONE 
crab soccer . . . chess . . . band . . federal 
communications commission . . . blue hills 
. . wingersheet . . . billerica . . the res ... 
blue buick . . . those friday nights . . . "man is 
the measure of himself ..." 

— greek proverb 



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JOHN MICHAEL BACON 
irish mike . . . wampy . . . junior prom and 
smitty's . . . bpm . . . cedar lodge . . . "j-o-e-r- 
o- e" ... rite the straight . . . 



THOMAS MICHAEL BARRERA 
pappy . . . penalty box . . . peak's island 
football and baseball . . . eagles' concert 
#40 . . . hey marty, no it's doug, man 
yeeeee!!! . . . 



CAROL JEAN BARRY 
the ride . . . where is the car? . . . can sew . . . 
"love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or 
conceited, or proud, or provoked; loves does 
not keep a record of wrongs; love is not happy 
with evil; but is pleased with the truth; love 
never gives up, its faith, hope, and patience 
never fail ..." 

— cornilhians 



A. 




ROBERT ANDREW BARTHOLOMEW CHERYL DI AN E BECKER JOANNE BENEDETTI 

cheryl . . . always laughing . . . stairway to jodi . . . well i have lost some time, but i have 

heaven . . . "rocky" . . . chevy . . . fleetwood won; and if you make it through you know 

. . . six'm . . . "you betcha life" . . . signs . . . you've just begun . . . 
the place . . . 




CHERYL ANN BERTELETTI 
labor day '77 . . . blue hills drivc-in . . . nan- 
tasket beach . . . happiness begins for us when 
we have put an end to our pretensions — for 
they bring us, after all, nothing but pain and 
discomfort . . . 



CAROL ANN BERTINO 

"... like a part of me, it speaks to the heart 
of me, forget what life used to be; you arc 
what you choose to be, it's whatever it is you 
see that life will become." 

— jackson browne 



NANCY THERYSA BILLE 
nance . . . lost, somewhere between sunrise 
and sunset, four golden years, each set with 
fifty-two diamond weekends ... no reward is 
offered, they are gone forever . . . 




JEANNE VIRGINIA BILLIKAS 

jeanne . . . oscar mayer day . . . third period 
study . . . what's going down . . . hello . . . 
"try to realize it's all within yourself; no one 
else can make you change and to see you're 
really only very small, and life flows on within 
you and without you." 

— george harrison 



CINDY RAE BINDER 

105 ... loyal . . . good friend to have . . . 
often seen in randolph . . . maroon dart . . 
lovable . . . but serious . . . suzy homemakcr 
. . . baron . . . beatles . . . flowers . . . "pink" 




WILLIAM H. BLACKLER, JR. 




LAWRENCE D. BOGUE 

rico . . . smitty's . . . j. gcils . . . 6/25/77 
doobics . . . ponky boy . . . 




NANCY JEAN BOYLE 
one of the j. jets . . . bolinsk . . . boil that dust 
spec . . Washington '75 . . . "remember a 
little less talk and a little more work" . aug. 
26-28 . . rols 10 chapman street . . . 




DIANE MARIE BOWEN 
"life is but a day; a fragile dewdrop on its 
perilous way from a tree's summit ..." 

— john keats 




CECILE G. BRIGANDI 

ces . . . always smiling . . . three stooges . . . 
"thank you, kind soul", ... a trip to maine 

. . half a lunch . friendly . . . unique . 
upside down cake . . . blue eyes . . grin and 
bear it . . . never a dull moment . . marsh- 
field ... 




KARI SUE BOWER 

bowser . . . crazy . . true friend . swamp 
lady . . . mad dog nights . . last of the Virgin- 
ians . . . french fry . . . let's relate . . . mold- 
bap eras . get murphed . . . "the past is only 
the present become invisible and mute: and 
because of this its memories are infinitely pre- 
cious: we are tomorrow's past." 

— mar\ webb 




MAURA ANN BRI N DLEY 
mo . . . summer '75 . . . the face . . h.r. talks 
. . . mac's . . . tuesday nights . pa . the 
standard . . . new jersey '77 . . . Washington 
'75 ... larry's px . . . Chatham . . . 10/12/76 
ptl . . hazel . . . loves to munch out 
severely . . time passes but friendship always 
remains . . . 



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JOSEPH A. BRUNO, JR. ALAN WILLIAM BUCKLEY JOHN JOSEPH BUCKLEY 

pete's parties . . . maine . . . pokey . . . shelf the monte . . . baseball . . . hockey . . . #46 

. . . boo boo . . . mr. ed . . . steve miller ... . . . #19 . . . 

monza . . . june 17th . . . suzanne . . . 



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CHAD PAUL CALLANAN 
potsy . . . y're right . produce . smittie's 
hi mama . good times?. . . . sk\ light 




feet . . . peter's parties . . . seventh period 
studies . . sandy . . . when in charge, ponder: 
when in trouble, delegate: when in doubt, 
mumble .... 



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KEVIN DANIEL CASHMAN 
smokey . . . mr. king . . . mr. hughes . . . mr. 
clough . . . the track meet at stoughton . . . 
#1 ... a great day . . . 6:30 a.m. . . . basket- 
ball games . . . the mail route ... for all the 
future i want canton high school to be the best 
school for those to come, as it was for me . . . 




LAURIE MARIE CHARTIER 

voodoo ... 1 1 /4/77 . . . "today is just a fleet- 
ing moment in your life; grasp it quickly be- 
fore it passes and enjoy it to the fullest, for 
tomorrow it shall only be another memory; 
and what are memories but dreams of yester- 
day ..." 

— anne horrigan 




LOIS MARY CAVANAGH 
hoodsie . . . chilly . . . p.e.i. . . . wompie fires 
. . . booberry . . . airport . . . n.h. weekend 
. . . syllables . . . summer diet . . . tuna . . . 
summer parties . . . don juan ... fly me 
parties with fr. mac . . . Wednesday nights at 
massasoit . . . black and white party . . . hur- 
ricane party . . . camp . . . beach boys . . . 
Chicago . . . kisses at papa gino's ... the prob- 
lem . . . 




STEVEN CHE1METS 




MEREDITH ANN CHAMBERS 

med . . . mercedes . . . bolt! . . . "it was excel- 
lent" . . . beautiful hair ... oh those boots! 
. . . loves france . . . 2/3/77 . . . 10/8/77 . . . 
10/11/77 . . . tec . . . lfwj . . . peace i leave 
with you my friend and i will love you 'till the 
end . . . 




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skinny 



CAROLYN A. COHEN 

3/6/76 . . . u. mass, boston . . . backyard club 
. . . band bus . . . don 1. . .. color guard . 
folk group . . . memories of past . . . "woman 
was created from the rib of man; she was not 
made from his head to top him or his feet to be 
trampled on; she was made from his side to be 
equal, from under his arm to be protected and 
near his heart to be loved ..." 



CHRISTINA M. COHEN 

. west harwich . . . august 8th 
"yesterday all my troubles seemed so far 
away, now it looks as though they're here to 
stay; oh, i believe in yesterday ..." 

— paul mccartney 



EDWIN FOSTER COLBY 

maine . . dancing bear pete's parties . . . 
summer '76 . . . humarock . what a rush 
. . . the crushing telephone pole . . . beaver 
. . . mic! mac! fry! . . . steve miller concert . . . 
my no. I pal ... friday nights . . . fields park 
. . . bumpkin . . bev . . . 6/24/76 . . . 




DONALD B. CONNELLY 



JACQUELINE FRANCES CONNOLLY 
jacqui . . . chuck . . . hoodsies . . . weekend in 
n.h. camping . . black and white party 

. . . thursdays and fridays . . . Wednesday 
night at massasoit . . . tuna . . . hurricane par- 
ty .. . ride to marshfield . . . showboat '76 . . . 
summer '76 . . . fox and hound . central 
city . . . so what . . . tied up ... we laughed 
and we laughed and then we ralphed . . dia- 
logue . . . no one is a failure who is enjoying 
life ... 



JOHN JOSEPH CONNOLLY 
johnny . . . #89 . . . j.c. 29 . . . bethel, me . . 
shemp . . . csa . . . garcia y vegis . . . 

/26/76 ... 12/20/76 . . . herbie's ... 
barry manilow . . . the president . that blue 
torino . . . timothy's . . . "so it's the laughter 
we will remember whenever we remember the 
way we were ..." 

— a. & m. bergman 



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MARIE ANDREA CONNOLLY 
rie ... always smiling . . . that laugh 
friendly . . . the olds . . . great times . . . sum- 
mer of '77 ... duxbury beach . . . the movie 
. . . experiences . . . buff swingers . . town 
line . . bob . . . 




MARIANNE CORKERY 
mariannie . . . cute . . . no-mind . . . loves 
warcham . . baby blue scout . . good dress- 
er .. . cute laugh . . . 




PATRICIA LOUISE CONNOR 
patty . . . digger . . . warcham . . . enjoys 
sports . . . 10/8/77 . . , mcdonalds . . . my 
little friend . . . these eyes . . . "i am not 
afraid of tomorrow for i have seen yesterday, 
and i love today ..." 




PAUL T. COYLE 
re-coyle . . . skyin' . . . trans am . . . nurse's 
office sixth and seventh . . . that certain stone 
wall . . the fort . . . the ring, forever . . . 




KEVIN JAMES COOK 
cookie monster . cotuit . . . cape cod 
chs #1 ... trekkie . . . "oh life is like a maze 
of doors, and they open from the side you're 
on, just keep on pushing hard boy, try as you 
may, you're going to wind up where you start- 
ed from, you're going to wind up where you 
started from ..." 

— cat stevens 




MICHAEL LAWRENCE CRONIG 

"to each his own ..." 



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CHERYL ANN CUSH MAN 
cush . . . never a loss of words . . . drill team 
co-capt . . . space station . . . loves a good 
party . . . memories of maine . . . loves to 
travel . . . Washington '75 . . . mt. monadnock 
... outspoken ... the fort - 11/6/77 ... 
"climb ev'ry moutain, ford ev'ry stream; fol- 
low ev'ry rainbow, till you find your dream 



— sound of music 




MARY KATHLEEN DAVIS 
lester . . . times at Charley's . . . the ride .'. 
frogs . . . bm . . the lake . . . wareham . . . 
"just start to sing and tackle the thing that 
'cannot be done' and you'll do it." . . . 

— edgar a. guest 




MARIA PIA DANESI 

pia . . . weekend in n.h. . . . hoodsics . . . very- 
sensitive . . . camp four winds . . . black & 
white party . . . copperfields . . . camping . . . 
i'm not in love . . . camaros . . . pau! newman 
. . . tuna . . . ground round . . . hostess . . . 
lemans . . . loves to ski ... lips of wine . . . 
yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is 
a vision of hope . . . 




WILLIAM D. DE FELICE 



Chatham . . . cumby's . . . bill . . drive-ins 
. . . swampbuggy . . . mick's ... we ... i 
gotta get out of here . . . 




DIANE PATRICIA DAVIS 

dede . . . always heard before seen . . . mainc 
. . . half a lunch . . . natasha . . . three stooges 
. . . the blue bomber . . . shirl . . . upside 
down cake . . . mario's . . . 357 tickets . . . 
unique . . . danke . . . 




PATRICIA ANN DE LANG 
patty . . . one of five . . . dcvoll 75-76 . . . jmc 
. . . b. bonje . . . skiiing in wcstficld . . . say 
what . . . wildfire . . . always remember Wash- 
ington . . . the future will someday be past, 
but the past can never be again . . . 



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DENISE M. DONOVAN 
jr. prom weekend . . . you make me feel like 
dancing ... the rain of 12/20/76 party . . . 
frampton . . . valentine's day '77 ... shannon 
at the spa . . . bickford's pancakes! . . . 




MARYELLEN DONOVAN 
maize . . . marshfield . . . farragut wall . . 
chapin beach, dennisport . . cohassct bridge 
... oh those memories! . . . "at summer's end 
i walked the beach and dreamt of sessions past 
... " ... dedham . . . 




KAREN F. DONOVAN 
"the whole art of teaching is only the ari of 
awakening the natural curiosity of young 
minds ..." 

— anatotc france 



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LORRAINE DOOL1N 

little felon . . . brownies . . . carver . u.f.o.'s 

. . . old rhoda . . . new shoes . . . chocolate 
milk . . . bella's . . . lawrence . . . 



NANCY JEANNE DORRITY 
the garden . . mikcy . a hampton beach 
summer . . . we'll never make it . . . aayup 
mmfc . . fenway bleachers . . . he's a super- 
star . . "now i see myself as i am; feeling very 
free; life is everything it's meant to be; when 
my days have come to an end, i will under- 
stand what i left behind; part of me." 

— Chicago 



MARIANNE DRAPER 
florida '78 ... cold duck . . . hellenic . . . 
eagles .. exercises at 12:30 ... "there's 
something for all who look, there's a story in 
every book; through all the pages, between all 
of the lines, so much that you can find." . . . 

— kansas 




D1ANNE M DRiSCOLL 

the night and the calls . . . marshall's . . . 
hike on bluchills the morning jogs . . . 
bowl . . . frisbec on the common . b.m. 



the 
fish 



5>UiAIN H. UKUNbY 
su su loves baby soft . . dancing . tuna— 

... o.a. ... 2/15/77 .. reasons ... pink 
bikini . . . coke? . . . tourainc . . co-capt. 
cheering . . . v.a. . . . 8/31/77 . . . "whenever 
i see your smiling face, i have to smile myself 

— james taylor 



DOREEN MARIE DRURY 
turk . . . march '75 . . . w. rox . . . summer '75 
. . . tec ... #61 ... w. yarmouth . . . ware- 
ham mole . ... ptl . . "time passes much 
too quickly when we're together laughing . . . 




HEATHER M. DUFFY 
duff ... fun to be with . . . connections at 
crowells . . . loves to ski, especially gunstock 
mountain . . summers at the lake . . . the 
ride . . . times at Charley's . . . Sundays at 
onset-pro's . . . now right . . . r.m. the 
climbs up those mountains and hills . . . 



JANET M. DUGGAN 
nantasket . . drive in . . . you betcha life . . . 
baby 8 . . . knights in white satin . forever 
forgetting . . . alss . . . 



FAITH E. ERNEST 
y'rC right . . frizzy weather . petunia . . 
susie's . . . tuna . . . touraines . wompie 
fires ... hi f-a-i-t-h! . . . buddy . . vaseline 
. . . shake, shake, shake . . . be real . . . florida 
"78" . . . woo! . . . 






JAMES GRANT FALLS 



MAURA FRANCES FADDEN 
mo . . . October 21, 1977 ... talkative ... 
always around . . Wednesday nights . . . band 
. . . friendly . . . October 29, 1977 . . . "we had 
joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun . 



SHERYL A. FANTASIA 
always seen at hellenic or with kevin . fun- 
ny person . . . always happy . happiest 
when out of school . loves to smash up cars 
. . . gets along with people . . . very outgoing 
. . . always up to something . . . kevin 
8/1/75 ... 



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LISA JANE FARARA 

lisa ... 1 out of 5 ... jmc . . . dcvoll 75-76 
. wildfire . . . aldo's h. bonge . . long talks 
after school ... 6/10/77 ... if you love 
something set it free, if it comes back it's 
yours, if it doesn't, it never was . . . 




CATHERINE L. FERGUSON 
august 25, 1976 ... biffer . . june 1977 ... 
marie . . . loves to party and have a good time 
. . . very considerate . . . always there when 
needed . . . definitely a true friend . will do 
anything for you . . . picked at "boo" with lisa 
and marie . . . California bound . . . 




PAUL EDWARD FINN. JR. 
kanga . . pouch . . baseball squad . . . "if 
youth be a defeat, it is one that we outgrow 
only too soon ..." 

— james russell lowell 




JOHN FRANCIS FORD CRAIG LAWRENCE FOREMAN JAMES M. FORSYTH 

fud ... 66 ... dwardo . . . what happened .' basketball . . . chuckie's class . . . three years jim . . . quiet . . . shopman . . . valchalla good 

of groucho . . . foxboro, january 21, 1977 . . . cruises . . martha's vineyard . . . m.y.c. . . . 

#14 ... tri-capt . . . silver granada . . . "veni, summer '77 . . . "harbor lights mun" . . . skull 
visi, vidi; i came, i saw i conquered . . . " 



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ANGELA CAMILLE FORTE 
mountains . . . sunshine ... jn. 3:16 ... ptl 
. . . godspell . . . b.p. . . . mama rosa . . . 
memories i've had both bad and good, future 
lies at my door; god awaits my services, chil- 
dren aWait my love . . . william, thank you 
. . . gusty . . . 




CHRISTINE ELIZABETH FOX 
musician . . drama . . . band . . . concert 
choir . . . lull . . . beatles . . . 9/30/77 . . . 
rain . . . blue lights . . . love light . . . "you 
gave me a whole new beautiful world to live in 
and now i guess it's about to end ... all i can 
say is all that has a beginning has to die, it 
looks like ours just did ..." 

— ccf 




PETER VICTOR FRANCESCON 
st. bernard ... '71 ltd ... always seen with 
tracy . . . pink coat . . . those short flicks . . . 
phhopeful weatherman . . . "is there someone 
you know, you're loving them so, but taking 
them all for granted? you may lose them one 
day, someone takes them away, and they don't 
hear the Words you long to say." . . . 

— bread 





LORRAINE FRISOLI 
cutch , . . the rathskeller . . laughing hyena 
. . . buff swingers . . . zippette . . . chews gum 
by the jumbo pack . . . pru-brighams . . . 
kiewe . . . shuwaddywaddy . . . morse . . . 
queen . . . you're my best friend . . . 



LAWRENCE W. GABOURY 
loffi . . . peace, love, happiness . . . uncle 
charlie . . . have a happy . . . whatever . . . i 
want to play . . . back in the saddle again . . . 



DANNA SUSAN GAYNOR 
dane . . . joah , . . how do i feel? . . . embar- 
rassing moments . . . j. jets . . . new year's eve 
'77 again . . . france . . . toes . . . "even one's 
yesterdays could not continue to stir and move 
in a mind unless there were a future for those 
yesterdays to make ..." 

— marv ellen chase 



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GIANNA GIANNELLI 

gigi . . . c-farms . . . special memories of shar- 
on ... my #1 friend ... sentimental ... 
headed for penn . . . crosby, stills & nash 
mellow . . holds no grudges . . gonged . . . 
the pub .. may 7, 1977 ... van ... 
11/1 5/77 . . . summer nights cemetary work- 
er .. . 




CARRIE A. GIBBS 

6/5/76 . . . crazy . . . dizzy-dreamer 
three stooges . . . you know what i mean? . . . 
cute . . . loves the beach . . will never forget 
webster street . . . june 20lh . girls' room 
committee . . cumbies . . . loves those Ital- 
ians . . . parties in marshfield . . . "and yet 
we've just begun ... " ... michael . . . 




LESLIE GRETA GORANSSON 
lesss . . . marriage is like a yacht ... la baule 
. . . ma petite . . help me. ob-l-knob . . . 
always smiling . . . track . . . want an orange? 
. . . surprise me . . . let's bowl another siring 
. . Chinese redlight . . . maine . . how 
gauche . . . "i ask not for the peace that passes 
all human understanding, but the understand- 
ing that brings peace." 

— hclen keller 



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WILLIAM JAMES GORHAM 
wink . . . the boro . . . oceanside oval . . . 
baseball #37 . . . the derb . . . jai-alai . . . 
sports fanatic . . . the rock . . . knock it right 
the straight off ... x-country sightseer . . . 
doobies best . . . the lanes . . . 




KEVIN JAMES GRAHAM 
kiva . . . pro to be ... often found up wampy 
. . . hacking around . . . varsity golf team four 
years . . . out to catch nicholas . . . aloha!! . . . 
b's ... sox . . . celts . . . pats ... #1 ... 
"whatever great things happen to me in the 
future i owe to the fine teachers i have had; 
they make this school the best ..." 




RICHARD DAVID GOTTWALD 
dick . . . skyin in red impala . . . are you 
mocking me? . . . j. geils band 6/25/77 . . . 
airport 77 . . . drive-ins . . . midnight sip 'n 
dips . . . "we may never pass this way again so 
i want to laugh while the laughing is easy . . . 

— james seals, dash crofts 




MICHELE GRAHAM 
mich . . . howdy ... oh lord . . . missouri . . . 
strives to become a lawyer . . . barbie doll 
university of arkansas . . . 7/1/76 . . . 




DEBRA R. GRANT 
wasted away again in margaritaville . . . don't 
let it bring you down, it's only castles burning; 
find someone who's turning and you will come 
around ..." 

— crosby, stills, nash & young, dec. 6, 1974 



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MARGARET E. GRENIER 

meg . . . i've got one thing on my mind . . . 
labor day weekend . . . nantasket . . . bruins 
. . . shield chemical company . . . blue hills 
drive-in . . . 




DEBORAH JEAN HAFFERMEHL 
debbie . . . willing to listen . . . summer of 77 
. fields' park . . . the gang . . . loves to 
party ... drive-in ... 10/30/76 ... 
stoughton ... led zepplin . . . gran torino . . . 
mark . . . 




CHRISTINE A. GRIMALDI 

chris . . . warm . . friendly . . . maine . . 
summer of 77 ... live a little, laugh a little, 
love a lot . . . the wall . . . hi ya . . . more than 
a friend . . . junior prom . . . 




JAN M. HAGAN 
humor her . . . i don't understand! . . . smile 
. . . godspell . . . bev . . . costumes . . . why? 
. . . don't say hello . . . don't kick the habit 
. . . belly buttons . . . alton bay . . . thanks for 
the stars, michael . . . ocean . . . time, hasten 
not, for we have known some wondrous days 




LISA J. GUALTIERI 




HEIDI LYNN HALL 
student council . . . the gym, . . . mrs. collins 
. . . miss farley ... on the town with miss 
buckley, june '76 . . . 



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LISA MARIE HAMILTON 
lisa . . . booberry . . . airport . . . lites . . . 
what color was that buggy? . . . want to drive 
my sister's car? . . . the nite watching for 
macy's to close . . . really? . . . jowa's parties 
. . . always smiling . . . away f.b. games soph 
year . . . won't forget j.p. . . . fifth hole at 
wampy ... 1 /9/76 . . . "over my head" . . . 




RICHARD JAMES HAND, JR. 
rich . . . loves metal and wood shops, ii . . . the 
group kiss . . . dorothy . . . plans to be an iron 
worker . . . 




NANCY ANN HAMMOND 
kevin . . . 7/7/74 . . . "standing at the cross- 
roads, trying to read the signs, to tell me 
which way i should go to find the answer and 
all the time i know, plant your love and let it 
grow ..." 

— eric clapton 




LISA-MARIE HANNON 
hannah ... a good friend . . . always smiling 
... jr. proms . . . buttercrunch . . . seen in 
sharon . . . easy going . . . shy . . . blushes 
easy ... no problem ... oh those concerts . . . 
ya right . . . 10/15/77 . . . 4/22/76 . . . that 
special someone . . . paul . . . 




SUSAN HANCOCK 
sue . . . wants seventh avenue-. . . talented . . . 
deer isle . . . good advice . . . hilarious . . . 
true blonde . . . opinionated . . . the art of life 
. . . sun worshipper . . . 




NANCIE HEINEMANN 
moon dance . . . le croisic . . . brant lake . . . 
"imagination is a god given instrument which 
enables mankind to escape the confines of his 
body." 

— david bowie 



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MICHAEL JOSEPH HENDERSON DEAN L. HILCHEY JOAN LORRAINE HOOD 

"what lies behind us, and what lies ahead of us 
are tiny matters compared to what lies within 
us ... " ... charlie . . . 




ANN-MARIE HOPFGARTEN 
re . . . tuna mobile . . . pretty . . . great per- 
sonality . . . cute smile . . . rowdie cheerleader 
. . . fern . . . summers at westport . . . let's go 
. . . loves those tunas . . . i had a good time 
last night . . . mcdonalds . . . football games 
. . . the ticket . . . loves a good party . . . fun 
to be with ... a friend to all ... 



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SUSAN LEE HUMPHREY 
majorettes . . . mcdonalds . . . 4/25/76 . . . 
nicely dressed . . . friend to all . . . richard . . . 
"we shall never plumb the depths and the 
ultimate mysteries of life, the only thing that 
really matters is what we make of our lives." 
— thornton wilder 




ROSEMARY B. INGENERI 
"florida 77" . . . town spa . . . those f.b. games 
... "i got the sweetest" . . . drive-in . . . the 
lunes . . . where there is a will there is a way 
. . . frankie ... "i shall pass through this 
world but once; any good therefore i can do, 
let me do it now, for i shall not pass this way 
again." 



SCOTT A. HUOV1NEN 




STEPHEN JOHN IVANOSKI 
iva ... country squire . . . deli at value king 
. . . web ball . . . maury's reserves . . . job 5? 
. . . tubs . . . ramblin' man . . . 6/?/77 . . . 



JAMES JOSEPH IGO 
jim . . . j. geils band . . . 6/25/77 . . . darks at 
the lift line lodge . . . stones . . . lori . . . 




BRIGITTE JAKSCH 
if you love something, set it free; if it comes 
back, it is yours; if it doesn't, it never was . . . 



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ELIZABETH D. JOHNSON 
the wall before, during and after school . . . 
summer of '74, '75, '76, '77, and '78 ... torn 
and sherr . . . i'll get by with a little help from 
my friends . . . life for us has just begun, and 
now we see there's more than just fun ... to 
start a life bold and new . . . despite the school 
i had to go through . . . 




ROBERT DAVID JONES 
jonesy . . . pompadoo . . . j. geils band . . . 
6/25/77 ... the bug . . . labor day outing . . . 
wampy . . . stabs . . . rolling rock . . . seven 
and seven's at the lift line lodge . . . 




DAVID NAUGHTON JOHNSON 
dave . . . schlitz . . . loves the weekend . . . 
spaced . . . summer of 77 ... the cape . . 
new hampshire . . . dream on . . . aerosmith 




TRACY ANNE JONES 
"yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow 
is only a vision, but today well-lived, makes 
every yesterday a dream of happiness and ev- 
ery tomorrow a vision of hope." 



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DANETTE ELIZABETH KEEGAN 
7/4/77 . . . nickles and dimes band . . . frisky 
. . . jungle bunny . . . leopard lady . . . dan 
. . . deke . . . thumber . . . jethro tull ... pe- 
ter frampton . . . bass . . . gitfiddle . . . clari- 
net . . . "with all watchfulness keep thy 
heart, because life issueth out from it." 
— proverb 4:23 




KEVIN MICHAEL KEENAN 
led zepplin . . . stairway to heaven . . . aeros- 
mith . . . sweet emotion . . . paula . . . there is 
no such place as nowhere, it only exists in the 
mind; take a road in life and make it lead to 
anywhere you want and you will find that you 
are always somewhere . . . 




RICHARD THOMAS KELLEY 
rick . . . brother of two harvard men . . . math 
meets ... #5 . . . musically inclined . . . seen 
in the pit ... ah, those night rehearsals . . . 
carnegie hall . . . Chicago ... ad libs . . . sad 
verbal sat's . . . coalition to abolish the french 
language . . . seven . . . "education is man's 
going forward from cocksure ignorance to 
thoughtful uncertainty." 




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WILLIAM E. KELLY 

red . . . bagged . . . j. geils band . . . bhcc 
cumby's . . . first senior . . . randolph 
were . . . 



JOSEPH X. KENT 



KERRIE JANE KILLEEN 
paul . . . sonshine . . godspell . . . summer of 
'76 ... the greatest goals we can accomplish 
are not those which the world strives for, but 
those which complete us, bring us fulfillment 
in our own souls, and give us a joy in knowing 
we have succeeded . . . 




CHRISTINE MARIE KINCADE 

chris ... the green bombers . . . 10/8/77 . . . 
welcome to my nightmare . . . mcdonald's . . . 
wareham . . . stairway to heaven . . . "cherish 
the times of good, laugh at the times of bad, 
but always appreciate what you have ..." 



SUSAN MARY KLEBACHER 
a special friend . . . fun to be with . . . always 
a good laugh . . . that's the way i like it . . . 
future writer . . . always smiling . . . always 
willing to listen . . . pretty . . . artist . . . 
straightest back in the world . . . "life is what 
you make it, make the most of it." 



DORIS ALENA KRONILLIS 
mother moses . . . oscar mayer day . . . who 
asked for your opinion? . . . Wednesday nights 
and weekends . . . skiing . . . Colorado bound 
. . . torn between two lovers (or three, or four, 
or five) . . . always seen taking care of lynne 
. . . bristol, new hampshire . . . "don't worry 
about it . . . i'll take care of everything." . . . 



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MHBBH 




DOUGLAS P. LAMBERT 
doug . . . ponky boy . . . 



GREGORY LAMB 
i like hyde park . . . go-canton . . . "where've 
you been lately, there's a new kid in town, 
everybody loves him ..." 

— eagles, hotel California 



DAVID JOSEPH LAMBERT 
ponky . . . j. geils band . . . 6/25/77 ... ski 
bum . . . n.h. . . . doug . . . dave? . . . nice 
dresser . . . "the lord knows i cannot change, 
let me fly like a free bird." 
— lynyrd skynyrd 




MARY E. LAWLER 
ma . . . hoodsie ... 1,2,3 o'clock rock ... 
black and white party . . . n.h. weekend ... oh 
lady! . . . student council . . . david . . . "i'd 
like to stay, but i'm just passing by." 
— d. gates 



LINDA SUSAN LEARY 
summer of 76 ... ya know? . . . stairway to 
heaven . . . boston . . . "if you love something, 
set it free, if it comes back to you it's yours, if 
it doesn't it never was." 



JAMES JOSEPH LENHART 
mouse . . . the cape . . . peak's island . . . 
eagles' concert . . . esplanade . . . just call me 
doug . . . new hampshire . . . 



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JOHN DAVID LEONARD, JR. 
john . . . #35 . . . college linebacker . . seen 
in a brown couger . . . always thinking surf 
. . . 300 lb. bench . . . white knight . . . 



SUSAN B. LEON1 
morse shoe . . . often found sipping a black 
cow . . . loyal friend . . you, me, and mr. a. 
. . . extra pickles . . . florida . . . hand me 
down my walking cane . . . we'll see what 
happens . . . 



LAUREN BETH LEV1NE 
livinski . . . mad dog nights . . cheering . . . 
spa . . . this is the thing . . . r.l. . . . vern 
french . . . reee . . . cute ... fry our fu- 
ture cover girl . . ah, the tuna we saw last 
night . . . head of the insk family . . sharon 
lake . . . rick . . . 




ROBERT ALLEN LEVINE 

bob . . . moshe Weinberg . . . ocean bay region 
. . . district 1-22 . . . aza always . . . "to ac- 
complish great things, we must not only act 
but also dream, not only plan but also believe 




CAROL-SUE LEVY 
carol . . . usy . . . drill team . . . you, me, and 
mr. a. . . . picnic basket . . . summers at nan- 
tasket beach . . . echo '78 ... "yesterday is 
today's memory and tomorrow is today's 
dream ..." 

— kahili gibran 




JAMES LIMERICK 
t-pot . . . notes . . . cumby's . . . martha's 
vineyard . . . Chatham . . . n.h. . . . always 
sleeping on the boat . . . 



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MICHAEL LAWRENCE LOFGREN 
tex ... hoop . . . the drifter . . . randolph . . . 
avon . . . hot ice ... short hair . . . skying in 
the bug . . . "may peace be eternal and life 
high ... " ... sheri . . . 




DAVID L. LYNCH 
lynchie ... 69 chevelle ... j. geils band 
6/25/77 . . . shopman . . . d.p.w. . . . parties 
... the barn . . . 9/2/77 . . . wampy fire . . . 
airport 77 ... i don't need a bucket ... led 
zepplin . . . 




ROBERT F. LOGAN 
rob . . . logie . . . often seen in the front seat 
. . . going wacky . . . seven and seven's at the 
. . . he can play . . . 




JANICE ELAINE MAC DONALD 
sancho with the pancho . . . the pipe . . . party 
. . . summer '76, s. yarmouth . . . bhs . . . smc 
... 95 ... "look around, choose you're own 
ground, for long you live and high you fly, 
smiles you give and tears you cry and all you 
touch and all you see is all your life will ever 
be." 

— pink floyd 




VALERIE A. LONG 
val ... florida '78 ... marti-tardi . . . track 
. . . hellenic . . . the study . . . the bench . . . 
cold duck . . . always laughing . . . 




BRUCE ALLEN MAC DOUGAL 
poonful . . . bridge . . . lounge . . . the apart- 
ments . . . "remember lynard skynyrd" . . . 



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SHIRLEY MAC LEOD 
may 20th . . . oscar mayer day . . . Wednesday 
nights . . . never mind . . . one of the stooges 
. . . always in holbrook . . . let's get small . . . 



DAVID SCOTT MACKNESS 
truck . . . found in stoughton . . . fbc . . . life 
. . . "work long and hard but always be sincere 



RONALD D. MAC NEIL 

: . . . me over . . . good times at bentley 
the drive-ins . . . busted . . . wampy fires 
mich . . . 





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MICHAEL A. MAFFIE 




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JUDITH MARIE MAGEE 
max . . . 5,6,7 o'clock rock ... the mermaid 
in the gray flannel shorts ... ah! the tuna 
from last night . . . pecunit street ... i'm not 
even supposed to be here . . . "every child 
comes with the message that god is not yet 
discouraged of man." 

— rabindranath tagore 



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KAREN MARIE MAHONEY 
mahone . . . one of the five . . . devoll 75-76 
. . . bonge family . . . aerosmith '75 . . . eagles 
'76 . . . wash . . . cape weekends ... is it cool? 
. . . ming one especially on sunday ... wo 
what . . . humarock sunset - july 4 . . . blue- 
hills sunrise . . . baba o'riley 78 . . . forbes . . . 
hey . . . summer '77 ... all nighters . . . s.b. 
. . . co-pilot #2 . . . four years of good friends 
. . . partying and memories . . . 



SHARON BETH MANDELL 
softball . . . basketball . . . echo '78 ... "the 
impossible is most often the untried ..." 



4 !",. k A V 



KAREN JEAN MARATHAS 
wollaston beach . . . the blue bomber . . . 
avenging annie . . . cali . . . the* drive-ins . . . 
the apartments . . . kerry . . . west palm 
beach, fla . . . lady blue . . . 




DAVID J. MARINI 
"i ain't wasting time no more — time goes by 
like a hurricane — " 
— allman brothers 



CYNTHIA MARIE MARIN ARO 
cindy . . . "there never seems to be enough 
time to do the things you want to do once you 
find them ..." 

— jim croce (time in a bottle) 



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DOROTHY ANNE MATANES 
dottie . . . office b. . . . york steak house . . . 
boston . . . papa gino's . . . w. bridgewater 
don't say hi . . . 




DONNA MARIE MASCI ARELLI 
volkswagons!!! . . . june 22, 1977 . . . summer 
of 77 ... those long and winding roads . . . 
maine . . . 




PAUL F. MC CLELLAN 
monk . . . ponky boy . . . '64 valiant . . . 
crowell's shell . . . esplanade . . . skiing . . . 
new hampshire . . . gettyman . . . 




MYRA HELENE MASOFSKY 

my . . . nice dresser . gives good advice . . . 
orange starfire . . . strives to be a medical 
technologist ... 10/4/74 ... andy ... 




LINDA ANN MC DAID 
always smiling ... a good friend . . . mcdon- 
ald's . . . fifty fish . . . draggin' wagon . . . 
loves those garden hockey games . . . 



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KEVIN MC DONOUGH 




MARY IRENE MC INTIRE 
irene ... to have a friend, be one . . . sharp 
dresser . . . constant talker . . . long walks . . . 
mmi employee . . . willing to listen . . . it's 
been real ... hot ticket ... a true friend . . . 
10/29/77 . . . neil . . . 




THERESA MARIE MC DONOUGH 
terry . . . pretty . . . beautiful hair . . . always 
smiling . . . the cape . . . w. dennis . . . j. geils 
6/25/77 . . . one, two, three o'clock rock . . . 
"we are all travelers in the wilderness of this 
world and the best that we can find is an 
honest friend ..." 




STEPHEN KENNETH MC LAUGHLIN 
goober . . . crescent ridge . . . baseball . . . the 
skylight . . . bhcc ... a hoopster . . . y're 
right! . . . often seen in the dedham street area 




WILLIAM A. MC GONIGLE 




NANCY HELEN MC LEAN 
nance . . . summer '75 . . . the night that nev- 
er was . . . Washington . . . west yarmouth . . . 
"you who are on the road must have a code 
that you can live by, and so, become yourself 
because the past is just a good-bye." 



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MARY ELIZABETH MC MANUS 
susan? . . . mary? . . . mic . . . ooh that cart- 
wheel! . . . i have the perfect twin . . . golden 
78 ... 4' 11" ... always smiling . . . barbara 
Streisand fan . . . the quiet one? . . . seen in a 
red malibu ... 8 rings . . . zwerg! . . . cheer- 
leader . . . "i am not afraid of tomorrow, for i 
have seen yesterday, and i have loved today 



SUSAN MARIE MC MANUS 
mary? . . . susan? . . . mic . . . fro . . . always 
laughing . . . twin . . . golden '78 ... con- 
stantly rowdie ... 4'1 1" ... a red malibu . . . 
zwerg . . . #10 ... a cheerleader? . . . Strei- 
sand fan . . . "but seriously!" . . . it's the 
laughter we will remember . . . "when my 
days here come to an end i will understand 
what i left behind; part of me." 



THOMAS WILBUR MC NAUGHTON. 
JR. 

torn . . . labor day outing . . . smb 8/7/77 . . . 
barracuda . . . booberry ... cc star? . . . 
puckster . . . wampy . . . 




MICHAEL J. MC NEICE JOSEPH B. MC PHERSON DAVID BRIAN MELCHIN 

joe . . . mad dog . . . co-capt. football . . . computer room . . . yellow pig . . . bonkers 

#52 ... a real buddy . . . bacardi night ... ... seventeen . . . (sior) . . . 

central ceiling inc. . . . booberry . . . 




MARYANN MELLON 



JENNIFER MELTON 
jenny . . . often seen at b.p.m. ... in sharon 
that very special person - stan f . . . . the spe- 
cial party . . . the movies . . . 5/22/77 . . . 
keep on keepin' on . . . "i decided long ago — 
never to walk in anyone's shadow — if i fail, if 
i succeed, at least i'U live as i believe ..." 





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ANTONIA MARY MERLINO 
annie . . . devoll . . . 75-76 . . . annabella 
bonge . . . first and third lunch at beale street 
. . . freshman year in room 124-. . . traditional 
party on friday nights ... oh wos! . . . cheer- 
leading 76-78 . . . "one of these nights, com- 
ing right behind ya swear i'm gonna find ya 
in wichitaw, kansas lives my dream 




CHRISTINE ISABEL MERLINO 
tina . . . logical . . . cheerleader . . . guy 
watcher . . . devoll . . . schegma a la schegmi 
. . . bonge family . . . adele . . . west yar- 
mouth, ma ... come on and dance, let's make 
some romance, the night is falling and the 
music's calling; and we've got to get down to 
swingtown . . . 



DAVID WILLIAM MEROLA 
best times — junior year building "b" base- 
ment and wall . . . debbie . . . 



ANN ELIZABETH MILLIGAN 
annie . . . xanadue . . . "easy life, take it slow, 
now i've found the way to go; movin' on, leave 
the past, easy life don't go too fast; it wasn't 
all the same but i'd do it all again!" 

— daltrey 



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DEBORAH SUE MINKWITZ 
debbie . . . loves to ski ... athletic . . . good 
friend . . . mink and mo . . . always has a good 
time . . . baa, baa . . . memories . . . basket- 
ball . . . field hockey . . . c.e. . . . "winter, 
spring, summer, or fall, all you have to do is 
call, and i'll be there . . . you've got a friend." 
— carole king 



DEBBIE LYNNE MOBERGER 
moby . . . most athletic . . . energetic . 



laugh for all occasions 
walls . . . comanches . . 
pendent . . . Softball . 
"memories" ... #6 . . . 
"raft" . . . the "fair" . 



. . likes running into 
. dedicated . . . inde- 
. b-ball . . . f.h. . . . 
all scholastic . . . the 
. good friend . . . 



KAREN ELIZABETH MODICA 
k . . . hampton . . . m street . . beach boys 
. . . plymouth . . . beaches . . chunky . . . 
color guard . . . oooh . . . that laugh . . . fee- 
zin . . . chi.chi . . . echo bridge ... pt ... 
loves the sun . . . friendly . . . hey! . . . snookie 
. . . 2/1/76 ... bob ... 




PAULA THERESA MONAHAN 
fergy . . . cary grant . . . old movies . . . cute 
smile . . . fleetwood mac/eagles ... 9, 10, 1 1, 
1 2 o'clock rock . . . love that laugh . . . italy 
. . . ponky . . . "if i leave here tomorrow, will 
you still remember me? cause i must be travel- 
ling on now cause there are too many places 
i've got to see." 

— lynyrd skynyrd 



PAUL WILLIAM MOONEY 
moon ... 73 chevy . . . very flirtatious . . . 
friendly . . . speaks his mind . . . guaranteed 
to make you smile . . . x.b. dances . . . crl25 
. . . crescent ridge . . . football . . . #85 . . . 
8/9/77 . . . lori . . . 



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PAUL PETER MOOTOS 



HOLLY JEANNETTE MORGAN 
buzz . . . great kid . . . how ya doing . . . likes 
to fall in pools . . . you go fishing? . . . singing 
at mcdonalds . . . likes to laugh ... us and our 
rc . . . fields park and damian . . . you are 
rude . . . 



CATHERINE MARY MORRIS 
katie . . . 10/8/77 . . . welcome to my night- 
mare . . . mcdonalds . . . alabare ... tec 60 
. . . green bombers . . . cousins . . . boz scaggs 
. . . kitty . . . always singing . . . "everybody 
plays the fool" . . . "don't let it bring you 
down; it's only castles burning; just find some- 
one who's turning and you will come around 

— neil young 




GLEN T. MULLALEY 



SUSAN ELIZABETH MULFORD 

sue . . . loves those studies . . . i'm sooo con- 
fused . . . frampton . . . give me a break! . . . 
dirty blondie . . . loves those fries . . . 



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THERESA LOUISE MULLANEY 
tre ... "don't let it get you down, it's only 
castles burning ..." 




JUDITH ANN NICHOLSON 

echo island . . . gymnastics . . . brat . . . loves 
to eat ... lifesavers . . . 8/30/77 . . . classes 
on Saturday with b.o.p. . . . golden 78 . . . 




KERRY ANNE MULLIGAN 
"seagull you must have known for a long time 
the shape of things to come, now you fly 
through the sky, never asking why, and you fly 
all around till somebody shoots you down . . . 

— bad company 




KARON ANNE NICHOLSON 
nick . . . outgoing . . . ooh! that walk . . . 
beautiful eyes . . . natural redhead . . . water 
fountain trick . . . devolve . . . goodies . . . 
cheerleader . . . nice dresser . . . fun to be 
with . . . heard before seen . . . junior prom 
. . . all-around great kid . . . life is a circle, 
you walk around and around until you find 
your place to settle down . . . 




PHILIP FRANCIS NEMICCOLO 




BRENDA MICHELE O'BRIEN 
paul . . . "you light up my life, you give me 
hope to carry on; you light up my days and fill 
my nights with song; it can't be wrong when it 
feels so right; cause you light up my life ..." 

— debbie boone 




"ob' 



GREGORY E. O'BRIEN 

ponky boy . . . the fires . . . crowells 



KATHLEEN MARIE O'BRIEN 
kathy . . . soaps . . . july 28, 1977 . . . the pub 
. . . marshalls . . . big mouth . . . greenlodge 
. . . loves to party . . . space station . . . amer- 
ica ... bagged . . . westgate . . . Cheryl's . . . 
got a butt . . . new silver . . . nov. 6, 1977 . . . 



MICHAEL THOMAS O'BRIEN 
puckster . . . j. geils 6/25/77 . . . smitties . . . 
obi wan kenobi . . . ob . . . can be found most- 
ly up the gym ... 16 ... 




PETER E. O DETTE 



JOHN B. OLSEN 
bait . . . cape cod wild times . . . donna three 
on one . . . cookie . . . rascals . . . bait, sally b 
. . . spic . . . arnold . . . seagull beach . . . 
summertime at the cape . . . 



LAUREN JEAN OSHRY 
"far away there in the sunshine are my highest 
aspirations; i may not reach them, but i can 
look up and see their beauty, believe in them, 
and try to follow where they lead." 
— l.m. alcott 



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PAUL M. OSLIN 
peak's island . . . oz . . . americana ... la rue 
. . . football '77 . . . hockey '77 . . . bethel . . . 




ROBERT F. OTOOLE 




BARBARA OLIVIA PARADIS 
fran . . . annangual tui ... "all that is gold 
does not glitter, not all those who wander are 
lost; the old that is strong does not whither, 
deep roots are not reached by the frost." 

— j.r.r. tolkien 




MARJORIE JEAN PARKER 
marge . . . wareham . . . always smiling . . . 
will remember summer of 77 ... seventh peri- 
od soph year ... a special thanks to mr. m . . . 
if something gets in my way i go around it . . . 



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SHERRILL LYNNE PARKER 
the future lies with those that believe in the 
beauty of their dreams, i believe . . . billy . . . 



VIRGINIA ANN PASSARETTI 
ginny . . . palm trees . . . j. geils . . . fleetwood 
mac and eagles . . . marshfield . . . herbies 
. . . drive-ins . . . Washington "75" . . . daily 
ketch . . . cheering up the high ... the chase 
. . . "the secret of success in life is for a person 
to be ready when the opportunity comes." 

— disraeli 




MICHELLE SUSAN PEEL 
shelly ... a second sister . . . loves a good 
laugh . . . snack bar of angelos . . . good lis- 
tener . . . "i has a colb" . . . often finds herself 
replacing windows and doors . . . florida . . . 
has been seen carrying a large orange plastic 
raft . . . loves surprises . . . 




DEBORAH ANN PENNELLATORE 
penguin . . . summer of 76 and 77 . . . cute kid 
. . . ooh that laugh . . . that double date . . . 
360's . . . Chinese red lights . . . senior break- 
fast . . . those weekends . . . always laughing 
. . . "can it be that it was all so simple then or 
has time rewirtten every line? if we had the 
chance to do it all again would we — could 
we? . . . memories, the way we were ..." 




BETH PHILBRICK 

san francisco . . . summer 76 . . . hey, a beard 
. . . the music and the mirror . . . duxbury 
beach . . . haight-ashburry . . . foxborough 
. . . soccer . . . Cambridge dances . . . kam . . . 
"she believes in romance, learning how to slow 
dance, in sacrifice, in freedom, and in 
pain ..." 

— jon carroll 




JOSEPH M. P1ANA 
orto . . . known as fiowerman in gym . . . the 
bridge ... the four logs ... the tracks . . . 
sixth period gym three years . . . goofy's base- 
ment . . . always asked for a smoke . . . likes 
to party . . . miller time . . . never at home 
friday and Saturday nights . . . 




PATRICIA ELLEN PINEO 
patsy . . . "what lies behind us and what lies 
before us are tiny matters compared to what 
lies within us." 




PETER B. PINEO 
to be ... double feature . . . sumo . . . rap 
sessions . . . rockie's raiders . . . barn parties 
... the podium . . . ponkapoag stadium . . . 
"when you look back time seems so short, 
when you look forward it seems so long ..." 
. . . it's me . . . 

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MANUEL J. PINTO 
flixton '76 . . . baseball . . . hampton beach 
. . . melbourne . . . florida . . . american le- 
gion '77 ... artistic . . . l.b.j. . . . pitcher . . . 



LORI A. POWERS 
airport 77 ... remember parties at joah's, 
gil's, and houvie's . . . midnight sip'n dip . . . 
cow call girl ... rt 138 ... always remember 
the track and wampy fires . . . j. geils band 
6/25/77 . . . booberry and black oak . . . may 
28 . . . jim ... 



LYNN A. POWERS 
four minute baby makes a moon 
miller time . . . midnight sip 'n dip . 
remember the res ... knock it off . 



to airports . 
joke, right? 
players plus 
joda . . . 




geils band 6/25/77 
. a winter scene . 



wish . . . 
. try and 
. . partial 
. . . it's a 
hockey 



between 5'7" and 5'10" 



ANN LOUISE QUIGLEY 
10-25-75 . . . good friend to have . . . happiest 
out of school . . . will remember building "a" 
staircase . . . bill . . . "why does everybod- 
drive so slow? . . . 



ALAN M. RAPOPORT 
the challenge of the future awaits, and it is but 
through adversity that we shall attain our 
goals . . . 



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MITCHELL S. RIBAK 
'macbeth - rock first class" 



JAMES GERARD RITTENHOUSE 
theatre club ... art room . . . "don't tell me 
not to fly, i've simply got to; if someone takes 
a spill, it's me, i'm not you; nobody, but no- 
body, is gonna rain on my parade." 
— funny girl 



ELLEN M. RENZETTI 

el . . . bergie's . . . line-mere . . . loves that 
maple syrup . . . mocha frappe float? ... la 
baule . . . Chinese redlight . . . surprise me . . . 
a Sunday afternoon in wellesley . . . this is true 
. . . good talker . . . danny . . . "we are tomor- 
row's past and the future is only a continu- 
ation of what has gone on before ..." 
— susan howatch 





N. KATE RITTENHOUSE 
kate . . . always talking . . . flashlight, cookies 
and mints . . . "ooh that dimple" . . . cute 
smile . . . 360's . . . "it was so funny" ... a 
true friend . . john ... it is not how much we 
have but how much we enjoy that makes hap- 
piness . . . 



DONALD R. ROBINSON 
tree man . . . wood shop . . . bhcc 
smith . . . service . . . 



the 



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JOSEPH F. RONAYNE 
rona . . . j. jets . . . knock it right the straight 
off ... sports fanatic ... the lanes ... the 
derb . . . i'm sick of your games . . . often 
heard before seen . . . 




KATE F. RYAN 
kate . . . will remember the wall . . . beal 
street . . . third lunch bunch, jr. year . . sev- 
enth period dismissal . . . blue waters . . 
summer '76 . . . where's my house? . . . hood- 
sies . . . mondays on red peds . . . "the ques- 
tion to everyone's answer is usually asked 
from within ..." 
— steve miller 




DANIEL L. ROSEN 
so long, mr. k . . . anybody seen a white cus- 
tomized chevy impala? . . . bustin . . . yvonne 




JUDITH ANN SCANNELL 
england . . . why me? . . . birthday lunches 
. . . punchin' judy . . . immaturity . . . "you 
give little when you give of your possessions; it 
is when you give of yourself that you truly give 




WILLIAM JUDE SCANNELL 
bill ... #65 ... la baule '76 . . . football . . . 
the drive-in . . . bethel and suffield . . . wine 
. . . where's my balloon? . . . the tree . . 




MARK ERNEST SCANZIO 
april 22, 1977 . . . madrid square apartments 
. . . "i'd rather be life guarding ..." 



CARL SCHIAVONE 
lounge . . . drive-in . . . concerts . . . funny 
. . . always grinning . . . mischevious . . . likes 
to party . . . hustler . . . shenanigan's . . . hap- 
piest out of school . . . 



JACQUELINE SCHRANK 
jackie . . . jack ... the cutest bulldog . . . 
friendly . . . always smiling . . . tunamobile 
. . . charge . . . seventh period dismissal . . . 
do you have a car? . . . food . . . can i drive 
. . . rowdie . . . mcdonald's . . . let's go . . . 
easy to get along with . . . crazy . . . every- 
one's friend . . . 




DEBBIE LEE SEGAL 
will remember summer '76 . . . likes to talk 
. . . that carefree gum . . . band . . . Chinese 
redlights . . . the comb . . . like that there . . . 
senior breakfast . . . those weekends . . . 
"we've only just begun to live, so much of life 
ahead; a kiss for luck and we're on our way, 
and yes, we've just begun." 
— carpenters 



JEFFREY CRAIG SEIDEL 



DEBORAH ANN SERA 
debbie . . . deb ... on and on . . . stoughton 
... "i shall pass this way but once; therefore 
any good that i can do or any kindness that i 
can show, let me do it now for i shall not pass 
this way again ..." 



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NANCY ELLEN SERESKY 
nancy . . . cute ... a good friend . . . nice 
dresser . . . fun to be with . . . peter h . . . "as i 
go on, what will time uncover? for i'll never 
passs this way again ..." 




STAN SHAPIRO 

mya says goodbye . . . 




DAVID ALAN SHAFFER 
shafe . . . bhcc . . . drive-in . . . martha's vine- 
yard . . . 




SUSAN MARIE SHEA 
radar . . . squoozy . . . always talking . . . hon- 
eyboo . . . the gong show ... a true friend . . . 
"god grant me the serenity to accept the 
things i cannot change, courage to change 
those things i can, and wisdom to know the 
difference." 




ROBERT EDWARD SHANNON 
ed . . . del . . . dwardo . . . where's the car . . . 
the cape . . . n.h. . . . getty-man . . . who do 
you call it . . . the bonnie . . . shell's backroom 
. . . thanks, thanks a lot ... "even if you are 
on the right t'ack, you will get run over if you 
just sit there ..." 




DAVID THOMAS SH1LALIS 

schultzy . . . #28 . . . bethel, me . . . the lanes 
. . . skiing . . . csa . . . drive-in . . . the chal- 
lenger . . . 



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JAY ALAN SHUMAN 
shu . . . humorous . . . co-editor, mercury . . . 
all the way with a.z.a. . . . tennis . . . enjoys all 
sports . . . canton journal reporter . . . 




DEBORAH A. SMITH 
29 . . . wrentham . . . the camper . . . they 
took them . . . northend . . . listen to this . . . 
pack it in mothballs . . . where's my bathing 
suit? . . . have you seen it yet? . . . missing feet 
. . . just think . . . mark . . . 




JOSHUA EMERSON SIMONS 
josh . . . math team . . . mercury . . . coffee 
stand . . . exchlfi . . . sets . . . beep . . . jess 
. . . cafl member ... le cochon jaune . . . 
hampshire college . . . xvii . . . 




RICHARD J. SMITH 
smitty ... the year of the cat ... elvis ramb- 
lin' man . . . cape parties . . . j. geils . . . w. 
dennis . . . airport . . . kitty . . . 




DUANE S. SMATHERS 
aerosmith . . . magic . . . plymouth . . . c.b. 




JAMES A. STAITI 



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JOHN STRAND, JR. 
"what the old people say we cannot do, we try 
and find that we can." 
— thoreau 




MARY E. STRIPINIS 
mear . . . strip . . . always heard before seen 
. . . never serious . . . something to say about 
everything . . . we're having another party . . . 
beginnings 9/21/75 ... camero . . . going my 
way? . . . you want my flower? . . . south sta- 
tion . . . spa — what nights! . . . sharon lake 
after hours . . . summer nights at d and d's . . . 
e. boston weekends . . . 




LEO W. STRUMSKI 

2,3,4, a.v. . . . "it's better to try and fail than 
not to try at all, but victory is sweeter than a 
defeat, so try again until you succeed." 



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CHARLES R. STUDEBAKER, JR. 
study . . . the nova . . . lifeguard . . . football 
. . . (edsel) . . . blue hills . . . Saturday nights 
. . . poolstick . . . maffie . . . 



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NANCY PAULA TAMBURINO 
nancy . . . dw and damian . . . get the win- 
dex ... us and our re . . . Chinese redlights 
... a true friend . . . cute kid ... triple dates 
. . . always laughing ... "i am not afraid of 
tomorrow, for i have seen yesterday and i love 
today ..." 




LINDA KATHERINE TAYLOR 
lynne . . . always smiling . . . whatever . . . 
fantastic . . . i know it . . . gymnastics . . . 
panda . . . wed. nights . . . ah-ha ... nh ... 
skiing . . . loving two ain't easy to do!! . . . 
1976 . . . pier 4 ... oh what a night . . . casa 
barini . . . yellow road-runner . . . true friend 
. . . always watching out for dorrie . . . 




JOHN TANGUY, JR. 
jack . . . tick . . . airport . . . spring lane . . . 
malibues . . . walpole street? . . . fritz? . . . 
smitty's . . . junior prom? . . . joan . . . 




CATHLEEN T. TETRAULT 
cath . . . ej concert . . . cyo dance . . . Colora- 
do .. . new hampshire . . . those movies . . . 
folk group . . . big birds . . . stop your fussing 
. . . depot . . .eagles . . . quits ... ny ... my 
dave . . . 




IRA CHARLES TATTELMAN 
"there are two ways of spreading friendship 
and happiness; to be the smile that shines or 
the mirror that reflects it." 
— c. evans 



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CHERYL ANN THEIRRIEN 

"aj" . . . "capt." . . . "barefoot" . . . wash, dc 
. . . rocky point . . . crazy . . . always smiling 
. . . majorettes . . . brr ... if you love some- 
thing, set it free; if it comes back to you, it's 
yours; if it doesn't, it never was . . . 




BRYAN T. THOMPSON 

smelly . . . the last of doochington . . . 




MARIE-HELENE V. THIBEAULT 
"the person who has the patience to do little 
things well will develop the skill to do the 
difficult things with ease ..." 
— oriental proverb 




GWYNNE THORNTON 
gundy . . . disco dance ... mi mono . . . glou- 
cester . . . aug. 27th . . . "yesterday is already 
a dream and tomorrow is only a vision, but 
today, well lived, makes yesterday a dream of 
happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope . . 
serg, if ever two were one, then surely we ... 



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BARBARA PATRICIA THOMPSON 
barb . . . one of a kind . . . loves to laugh, talk, 
and make people happy . . . pretty . . . ohh 
those eyes . . . lavern and shirley . . . ethel . . . 
Chinese talk . . . memories of wareham and 
many more to come . . . may you walk your 
path of life, with a shining smile and at the end 
accomplish your destiny . . . 




RICKI LYN TITUS 
ricki ... a real dreamer . . . florida '77 ... 
loves those football games . . . bpm . . oh, 
that town spa ... the loons . . . drive-in . . . 
'b' office . . . "the outing" . . . someday a 
camero . . . n.h. weekends . . . good things 
take time . . . 



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SUSAN JEANNE TWOHIG MICHAEL A. ULIANO 

michael aug'ustus ... uli ... the fro ... deb- 
bie ... loves to run . . . athletic ... a real 
charmer . . . "you've got to follow that dream 
wherever that dream will lead you ..." 
— elvis 



STEPHANIE JANE VANGEL 
bubbles . . . mr. lavache's shadow . . . musi- 
cian . . . talented . . . never quits ... a little 
girl at heart . . . lots of guts ... dr. kilfoyle's 
pet . . . those single days are forever gone . . . 
bobby . . . 




LORI I. VAN NEWKIRK 
van . . . forbes . . . one out of five . . . devoll 
'75, '76 ... Washington ... 1. bonge . . . ming 
one especially on Sunday . . . co-pilot ... so 
what . . . it's cool . . . wild world . . . rocky 
mountain way . . . green grass and high clouds 
forever . . . little green . . . somewhere that's 
close to the ocean . . . wild horses . . . dream- 



VICTORIA A. VIGEANT 
vicki . . . California bound ... '77 honda ex- 
press . . . "happiness is always smiling and 
doing what we do best . . . " — fleetwood mac 
. . . 1983 class reunion . . . see you then . . . 



ELAINE M. VOGEL 
north falmouth . . . shield chemical . . . red 
sox . . . bruins . . . fleetwood mac . . . Chinese 
firedrills . . . blue hills drive-in . . . i got one 
thing on my mind . . . 




JOHN KENNETH WHITE, JR. 
whitey . . . manican . . . baseball . . . second 
base . . . booberry . . . doc's buddy . . . foot- 
ball . . . hockey . . . where's my balloon . . . 
known for his speed . . . 




KAREN ELIZABETH WARREN 
beautiful hair . . . well-dressed . . . star mar- 
ket . . . "no pleasure is complete unless it 
is shared ..." 




ANDREW P. WILLIAMS 
tink . . . wampy fires . . . j. geils band . . . 
6/25/77 ... booberry ... upstairs at ryan 
iron . . . airport 77 ... at the rez with stupid 
. . . smittie's cottage . . . paula . . . 




PATRICIA M. WATSON 
great freshman year . . . rap group . . . fifth 
period physiology . . . 




KATERI M. M. WILLIAMS 
lead vocalist of the group "foxy" . . . loves to 
party . . . dedicated foe ... charlie . . . eddie 
. . . ricky . . . steve . . . andrea, chris, and 
bridgette . . . 



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LAUREN E. WILSON 
steely dan — nothing here but history can you 
see what has been done; memory rush over 
me; now i step into the sun . . . here in this 
darkness i know what i've done; i know all at 
once who i am . . . 




DAVID J. WINTHROP 





LORRAINE CAROL WITUNSKI KRISTEN HANNA WOOD 

rainy . . . thinks of others . . . good swimmer kristy . . . michael . . . 

. . . betty loves you . . . what spring can do 
. . . giggles . . . the green bikini . . . howdidoo 
. . . the dance ... let time take its course . . . 
everything's pf & d ... 



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AMY J. WRIGHT 

one of the j. jets . . . nights up the high . . . 
loves the cape . . . pewter pit ... uncle sam's 
. . . aug. 26-28/77 . . . sub rolls . . . lka . . . 
"bottle it" . . . I.j.'s . . . let's bolt this bake . . . 
legion dumpster . . . mdc . . . b&e . . . marsh- 
field . . . 1823 Washington ... ex ... 



ERIN PATRICIA WYSE 
one out of five . . . bonge family . . . devoll 
. . . Washington . . . beal street . . . last of the 
Virginians . . . "for sure!" . . . "scoop a honey" 
. . . south paw . . . cape cod . . man cannot 
discover new oceans unless he has courage to 
lose sight of the shore. 




BRIAN ROBERT BAKER 



WAYNE CURTIS CANN 



DENISE JANIS CARLIN 



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ANDREA MARIE CASEY 



JOHN P. DONOVAN 



SCOTT GILBERTSON 




JOHN J. HILL, JR. 



W. KEITH MILLER 



JOHN H. SHEA 



PICTURES UNAVAILABLE 



THOMAS JAMES ANDREWS 
DAVID B. DANIELS 
SUSAN C. FAZAKERLEY 
ROBERT INGUANTI 
VALERIE KENT 
STEVEN J. KRAMER 
ERIC R. LUTZ 
MARK S. MARCHI 
GREGORY MCPHERRAN 



THOMAS FREDRICK MURPHY, 
FRANCIS B. O'NEILL 
JAMES M. RICHARDS 
JANINE MARIE RODENHISER 
KAREN S. ROSENSTEIN 
HARVEY SASS 
JAMES D. VIDETTA 
MARIANNE WINNETT 



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Row 1: J. Kraemer, R. Jones, J. Staiti, J. White. Row 2: Coach Morrison, J. Connolly, R. Shannon, P. Mooney, A. Howlett, W. 
Scannell, T. Barrera, J. McPherson, M. Uliano, M. Maffie, C. Studebaker, B. Thompson, M. O'Brien, Coach Therrien. Row 3: Coach 
Hunt, L. Carrington, S. Karol, S. McDermott, J. Leonard, D. Shilalis, M. Henderson, P. Oslin, K. Brophy, A. Cronin, J. Bires, Coach 
Johnson. Row 4: Trainer Staiti, J. Steffany, M. McCabe, J. Eckler, S. Coleman, P. Sullo, B. White, L. Benedetti, R. Macari, K. Bujnis, 
R. Berardi, M. Carroll, D. Brosnahan, Coach Ventura. Row 5: Mitcheroney, S. Botsch, C. Clasby, J. Doody, M. Passaretti, G. Dalton, 
D. O'Shea, P. Linehan, D. Keelan, R. Ciolfi, M. Curran, G. Cafasso. Row 6: R. Forcucci, D. Yeomans, D. Botsch, D. Ciolfi, T. Pineo, P. 
Monahan, J. Merlino, M. Guarino, M. Uliano, S. Farrell, C. Simons. Row 7: R. Price, T. Smalldone, S. Foley, S. Olsen, W. Margolis, B. 
Pickett, M. Shannon, G. Ivanoski, S. Linehan, E. McCabe, P. Barrera, D. McAdam, C. Marchi. 




The Canton High football team 
captured its first Hockomock 
League Title this season. Finishing 
with six wins and four losses, this 
year's team combined a superb, 
high-scoring offense with a tough, 
hard-hitting defense, to gain the 
Hockomock Crown. 

The total team effort which 
characterized the Bulldogs' season 
was epitomized' in the Thanksgiv- 
ing Day game. Entering the con- 
test tied for first place with 
Stoughton, the Cantonites proved 
their superiority by crushing the 
Knights 27 - 2. This victory was a 
deserving reward for the hard 
work and the dedication of every 
member of this year's squad. 

Congratulations to Michael 
Uliano, quarterback; Joseph 
McPherson, tackle; Kevin Brophy, 
linebacker; and William Murphy, 
center; who were voted to the 
Hockomock League All-Star 
Team. 




CANTON RUNS TO HOCKOMOCK TITLE 



Paul Therrien was soggy, but 
happy. 

Soggy, because the Canton High 
coach had just been tossed in the 
showers. Happy, because the dunk- 
ing was in celebration of Canton's 
27-2 triumph over Stoughton and 
the clinching of Therrien's first 
Hockomock League Football Title. 

The running game, as it has been 
so many times this season, was once 
again Canton's key to victory ... as 
the Bulldogs ran for 319 yards. 

Meanwhile, the Canton defense 
allowed Stoughton just 66 yards on 
the ground . . . The Black Knights 
were never able to sustain a drive 
and never moved inside the Canton 
35-yard line. . . 

— Patriot Ledger 11/25/77 



"... it was a team effort once again ..." 

— Canton Journal, 10/27/77 




Patriot Ledger 11/25/77 




"... I think Canton has the best hitters 
of any club we've played this year ..." 

— Patriot Ledger, 11/23/77 




"... the Bulldogs romped to an impres- 
sive 32-14 victory ..." 

— Patriot Ledger 11/7/77 




THERRIEN HAS A SYSTEM 
Coach of the Week 

— Pat. Ledger, 11/26/77 




BULLDOGS ROLL!!! 

— Canton Journal, 11/10/77 




CANTON BIG WINNER 

— Pat Ledger, 11/7/77 



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. . . Canton was just an excellent team 
— Patriot Ledger 11/7/77 




Row 1: D. Reagan, J. Goggin, M. White, G. Costello, B. Small, J. Ivanoski, J. Friel, S. 
Leonard, R. Schneider, K. Droney. Row 2: I. Kesselman, D. Bowen, J. Shannon, S. 
Hainline, M. Merlino, S. Yeomans, J. Donahoe, J. McDonald, J. Connors. Coach 
Roache, C. McNeil, G. Koelsch, M. Davis, T. Hoppe, M. Carroll, A. Marshalka, W. 
Young, E. Brimage, Coach Healy. Row 4: B. Keelan, B. Ricci. 




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The Canton High Field Hockey 
Team enjoyed a very successful 
season, and finished second in the 
Hockomock League. The team 
compiled a record of eight wins, 
two losses and six ties, for a total 
of twenty-two points. Although 
the team displayed a fine offense, 
this team specialized in defense, 
allowing only seven goals to be 
scored against them in sixteen 
games. Coach Linda Farley was 
very proud of her girls, who 
worked hard to achieve such an 
outstanding record. 

Special mention goes to Paula 
Monahan, center forward; Lisa 
Smith, left half-back; and Nancy 
Bille, left half-back; who were 
elected to the Hockomock League 
All-Star Team. 




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Row 1: L. Linton, M. Culinane, W. Gaynor, S. Cronin, A. Curran, M. Kelliher. Row 2: 
S. Hainline, Coach Alsbach, M. Martino, K. Brown, J. Malloy, C. Dalton, D. Curran, C. 
Cronin, L. Leary, J. Hamrock. 







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The Boys' Cross Country 
Team finished in fifth place 
in the Hockomock League. 
This year was a building 
year for the team, which 
had many young runners. 
The young runners gained 
valuable experience and 
closed the season with seven 
wins. 





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CHS — GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 

CHAMPIONS 



"The Canton Girls' Cross Country Team successfully dominated 
the Hockomock League Championship meet at Stonehill College 
last week, gaining four of the top ten positions, while collecting first 
place as a team. 

. . . Winning the championship meet was a superb accomplish- 
ment for the Canton girl harriers, a feat only matched by their 
undefeated dual meet record of eight wins and zero losses. They are 
a credit to their school and town and a fine example of what self- 
discipline and hard work can do for any athlete ..." 

— Canton Journal 




Row 1: A. Clark, C. MacDonald, M. Macdonald, D. Hampe, L. Goransson, L. Mitcher- 
oney, J. MacDonald, D. DiCostanzo, A. Kershaw. Row 2: Coach St. Jean, S. Sullivan, L. 
Mullaney, N. Bell, A. Macdonald, P. O'Neill, V. Govatsos, L. Zartarian, M. Bernaz- 
zani, C. MacDonald, M. Ponte, A. Howlett. 




The Girls' Cross Country Team 
had its most successful year at 
Canton High, sporting an unde- 
feated 8-0 record, and gaining 
first place in the Hockomock 
League Championship Meet at 
Stonehill College, third in the 
South Shore Principals' Meet, and 
seventh in the Eastern Massachu- 
setts Division II Championship 
Meet. 

Andrea Kershaw, Vicki Govat- 
sos, Mary Macdonald and Ann 
Macdonald were among the top 
ten runners in the Hockomock 
League. These girls are a fine 
group of top, young athletes and 
deserve special recognition for 
their fine performance this year. 





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Row 1: L. Gaboury, J. Kraemer, L. Flight, S. Duffy, G. Gallagher, C. Duffy, L. O'Brien, 
L. Witunski. Row 2: L. Hayes, A. Quigley, S. Marino, D. Poore, L. Jacobs, M. 
Cavanaugh, J. Gallagher, D. Goodrich. Row 3: S. Crowe, M. Danesi, L. Nannery, M. 
Aprea, L. Witunski, S. Johnson, L. Doody, Coach Dunn. 



Canton High Girls' Swim Team 
delighted in an exciting season. 
They compiled a most impressive 
record of eleven wins, two losses and 
finished second in the Hockomock 
League. Led by first year Coach 
Ronnie Dunn, these girls displayed 
great poise and self-confidence in all 
meets. 

A new high school record was set 
by the 200 yard Individual Medley 
Relay Team of Lori Davenport. 
Maureen Cavanaugh, Lauren Ga- 
boury, and Nancy Keenan. Mau- 
reen Cavanaugh set a record in the 
100 yard breast stroke, and Dcbra 
Poore established a new mark in the 
200 yard Individual Medley. 

Debbie Poore also deserves spe- 
cial recognition for her fine diving 
skills. She placed first in diving in 
the Eastern Massachusetts Cham- 
pionship Meet and also in the Mas- 
sachusetts State Championship 
Meet. Debbie was elected to the 
Boston Globe All State Team. 





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Row 1: A. Buckley, T. Cullinane, D. Aldridge, M. Winters, T. McNaughton, P. Oslin. 
Row 2: C. Epstein, J. Dalton, S. Botch, D. Knapp, P. Sullivan, L. Kantaros, M. Trayers. 
Row 3: Coach Roache, J. Schoener, S. McClellan, J. Connolly, A. Wright, P. DeSisto, S. 
Rooney, J. White, Coach Smith. Missing, M. O'Brien. 



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CANTON HIGH HOCKEY MAKES 
TOURNEY ONCE AGAIN!!! 






Great hockey teams at Canton 
High have come to be as custom- 
ary as the common cold. This 
year's team was no exception. 
Their final record of 8 wins, 3 
losses, and 4 ties placed them one 
point behind the league champs. 
Franklin. The team once again 
qualified for the State Tourney. 
Although their hopes for another 
trip to the Garden were cut shorr 
by a late flurry of goals by a tough 
Triton team, the Bulldogs exhibit- 
ed some exciting tournament play 
in their 4-3 overtime squeaker 
against Blue Hills. 

This year's team was a very 
young one. With only a few seniors 
returning from last year, the team 
was mainly a blend of juniors, 
sophomores, and freshmen. They 
played extremely well all season, 
showing great emotion and enthu- 
siasm which made them even more 
enjoyable to watch. The team, as 
well as Canton hockey fans, should 
be proud of their fine performance 
this season. 

Congratulations to the following 
team members who were named to 
the Hockomock League All-Star 
Team: sophomore right wing, Mi- 
chael Trayers with 18 points in 
Hockomock League play; sopho- 
more goalie, Peter Desisto who 
sported a 1.85 goals against aver- 
age; and junior defenseman, Den- 
nis Aldrich who finished with 13 
points this season. 






Row 1: Coach Roache, J. Mulaney, R. 
Walsh, M. McHugo, H. Altman, Man- 
ager Baker. Row 2: W. Lennon, C. Wil- 
son, D. Saunders, M. Bruno, T. Bacon, 
B. Pickett. Row 3: J. Ezepick, J. Ford, 
M. Curran, L. Lawler. 




Coach St. Jean, B. Carnes, D. Short, J. 
White, J. Leary, D. Reagan. Row 2: P. 
Kantaros, P. Lynch, P. Ingeneri, M. 
Merlino, B. Olson, E. Walsh. Row 3: B. 
Kilroy, T. Martin, L. Olsen, D. Ma- 
honey, J. Haas, J. Stoller. 



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The anticipation of a winning 
season was not realized by the 
Canton High Girls' Basketball 
Team. The record, however, does 
not reveal the many close games 
that were lost in the final seconds. 
The cohesiveness of the team was 
difficult to realize due to the com- 
position of the team; three seniors 
with the balance of the team un- 
derclassmen. 

The spirit, desire, and hustle of 
the team never faltered and un- 
doubtedly will contribute to the 
future success of CHS girls' bas- 
ketball. 




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The CHS Boys' Basketball 
Team had one of its finest seasons 
in recent years. With a record of 
1 1 wins, 5 losses, the team finished 
in a tie for second place in the 
Hockomock League and qualified 
for the State Tournament. 

The team led by senior tri-cap- 
tains Craig Foreman, Steve 
McLaughlin, and John Shea, add- 
ed great excitement to our winter 
sports. Games were packed with 
sparkling offensive and defensive 
plays and as Bulldog fans will at- 
test, kept us in suspense for the 
entire season. 

Second year Coach Boutin, has 
been working since the summer 
with the team, preparing for this 
season. The team consisting of 
only four seniors and several fine 
juniors benefited by its drills and 
practices and played as a consis- 
tent unit all season. 

Congratulations to John Shea, 
who was elected to the Hocko- 
mock League All-Star Team, and 
to the entire team for playing so 
many outstanding games and for 
their fine year. 




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Row 1: A. Braconi, J. Aufiero, M. Pavadore, R. Shea, S. Altman. Row 2: Coach 
MacNamara, M. Powers, W. Diamond, L. Carrington, S. Bromhall, W. Titus, B. 
McDonough, J. Arico, A. Singer. 




Row 1: S. Francis, J. Levinson, P. Sulli- 
van, P. Salemi, Manager Kesselman, 
Coach Gaul. Row 2: W. Young, M. Car- 
roll, J. Goggin, R. Mosely, J. Draper. 
Row 3: J. MacDonald, M. Currivan, J. 
Morley, M. Davis, L. Bernard. Missing, 
B. Ricci. 




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Row 1: Coach King, L. Mitcheroney, L. Zartarian, K. Moore, N. Bell, V. Govatsos, A. 
Howlett, M. Murphy, Coach Ladow, Coach Coughlin. Row 2: P. Berardi, J. Toomey, J. 
Stephanie, D. D. Spector, P. O'Brien, W. Gorham, J. Murphy, J. Berard, R. Schneider. 
Row 3: S. King, B. O'Donnell, G. Cafasso, J. Seidel, P. Finn, J. King, B. Smith, S. 
Callahan, D. Lewis. Row 4: M. Uliano, J. Ivanoski, K. Brophy, R. Schneider, G. 
Ivanoski, J. Mullaley, D. Keelan. 





With the continued im- 
provement of the many 
young runners on the indoor 
track team, the team looks 
forward to many future vic- 
tories. 

Special mention goes to 
Vicki Govatsos, who fin- 
ished among the top runners 
in the Hockomock League. 
Also congratulations to the 
senior boys who performed 
well all season. 



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The 1977-78 gymnastics team 
was the strongest Canton has had, 
scoring consistently over the 
eighty point mark. Finishing in 
third place, in a very strong 
league, was a great accomplish- 
ment. The girls missed placing in 
the State Tournament by less than 
one point. 

High scorers for the team were 
Debbie Poore, setting a new school 
record of 314.9 points; Judy Nich- 
olson, who earned the title Balance 
Beam Champion, of the league for 
the third consecutive year; Bar- 
bara Paradis who led scoring on 
the uneven bars all season and 
placed second in the league cham- 
pionship; and freshmen Dawn 
Cooke, Barbara Flaherty, and 
Stella Lagadinos who also won 
awards at the championship. 

The team was led by five sen- 
iors, Captain Maria Danesi, Mary 
Aprea, Diane Bowen, Barbara 
Paradis, and Judy Nicholson,, 
When these seniors were fresh- 
men, gymnastics was a new sport 
at CHS. In the past four years the 
team has grown from mediocrity 
to the level of one of the strongest 
and deepest teams in the state. A 
great deal of credit should be giv- 
en to these seniors who have grown 
with the team. Congratulations on 
a great four years. 




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The Canton High Girls' Softball Team treated their fans to another thrilling 
year, putting together their second straight undefeated season and capturing the 
Hockmock League Championship. Canton now has 32 straight victories in league 
play. In addition, they again won the Taunton Invitational Tournament, defeating 
two strong teams, Dighton-Rehoboth and Westport en route to their champion- 
ship. 

Bad luck befell the Canton team in the State Tournament, however, as two of 
Canton's top players, Audrey Cohen and Patti Davis, were sidelined with injuries. 
Although defeating their first opponent, the team fell to a strong Silver Lake team 
in the quarterfinal round. 

Coach Scully is very proud of his girls, who have compiled one of the best 
records in Canton High athletic history. Over a two year period. Canton has 38 
wins and 2 losses; both defeats tb very strong teams in State Tournament Competi- 
tion. 

Members of the team who gained Hockmock League All-Star status are: Vicki 
Balsamo (left field), Ruthann Casale (third base), Audrey Cohen (pitcher), Patti 
Davis (first base), Debbi Moberger (catcher), and Sharon Mandell (shortstop). 
In addition, Audrey Cohen was named the outstanding player in the Hockomock 
League and Debbi Moberger received honorable mention on the Boston Globe 
All-Stars. 



THIRTY TWO STRAIGHT VICTORIES!! 





"It is pure pleasure to watch the way 
these Canton High girls play softball. 

Combining unusual fielding and 
throwing skills with consistent pitching 
and excellent batting, they roughed up 
King Philip, 10-4, in Hockomock 
League play yesterday. It boosted the 
Bulldogs to 10-0 on the season and 
extending the consecutive win streak 
to 26-0 in regular league games. 

These girls just don't make many 
mistakes ..." 

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Row 1: A. Cohn, R. Murphy, D. Slawsby, D. Drury, P. McGilvray, J. Hamrock, S. 
Sullivan. Row 2: Assistant Coach Slink, E. Kent, D. Goodrich, S. Winthrop, M. Davis, J. J 
Mills, M. Martino, C. McDonald. Row 3: Coach Ezepik, G. Callahan, J. Toronto, K. 
Hasenfuss, H. Duffy, F. Bettinelli, C. Berteletti, K. Pugh. 





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With a record of ten wins and six 
losses, the Canton High Baseball 
Team finished in second place in 
the Hockomock League and 
missed the State Finals by only 
one game. 

Canton players on the Hockomock 
League All-Star Team were Bob 
Moritz, first base; and Alan Buck- 
ley, left field. 



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Row 1: Coach Smith, R. Crowe, D. Pickett, R. Moritz, S. McNeil, T. Foley, R. DeYeso, 
Coach Carta. Row 2: J. Kraemer, J. Pinto, W. Gorham, J. White, A. Buckley, S. 
McLaughlin. Row 3: T. Barrera, P. Sullo, W. Murphy. 





Row 1: M. Carroll, L. Kantaros, P. Sullivan, S. Ivanoski, M. Cronin, J. Ronayne, D. 
Aldrich, B. Murphy. Row 2: J. Wheeler, M. McCabe, D. Saunders, R. Berard, J. Dalton, 
M. Lambert, K. Eames, M. O'Brien, J. Murphy, Coach Healy. 




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Row 1: M. Shannon, S. Olsen, M. Uliano, M. Foley, J. Arico, J. Merlino, T. Braconi. 
Row 2: H. Altman, B. Lennon, B. McDonough, S. Karol, M. Pinto, D. Pavadore, S. 
Sullivan, J. Dawson. Row 3: P. Barrera, B. McNeil, J. Ezepik, M. Winters, M. Guarino, 
G. Ivanoski, B. Pickett, S. Altman, Coach Bowyer. 







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The Canton High Boys' 
Tennis Team this year de- 
veloped technique, exper- 
ience and depth for the 
young team. Coach Peix 
was pleased with the im- 
provement shown by his 
young players over the 
course of the season and he 
looks forward to a success- 
ful 1978 season. 



Row 1: R. Brockman, K. Kelly, T. Kilroy, C. Speros, M. Passaretti. Row 2: Coach Peix, 
J. Kay, D. Marshalka, D. Devine, J. Gifford, A. Rapoport, M. Nelson, T. Ward, R. 
Burke. 




The Girls' Tennis Team 
developed a fine reputation 
this past spring, posting a 
record of eleven wins and 
five losses. More than hold- 
ing their own in a strong 
league, Canton gave their 
opponents tough competi- 
tion throughout the year 
and finished as one of the 
top teams in the league. 




Row 1: V. Govatsos, P. Monahan, K. Branstrom, E. Carrington, J. Aledda. Row 2: 
Coach Dunn, J. Malloy, D. Vinios, D. Curran, D. Minkwitz, L. Cammarata. 







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The Canton High Girls' 
Track Team shared the 
Hockomock League Cham- 
pionship with Sharon High 
this past season. Canton was 
the surprise of the league, 
combining spirit and great 
teamwork to spark many ex- 
citing upsets. 

Girls establishing new re- 
cords were: Joanne Hasen- 
fuss (javelin), Maureen Kel- 
ly (long jump), Kathleen 
Moore (880 yard run and 
mile run), Mary Enos (high 
jump), the 440 yard relay 
team of Mary Enos, Kathy 
Barrera, Mary Dunn, and 
Maureen Kelly, and the 
mile relay team of Ann 
MacDonald, Lisa Smith, 
Valerie Long, and Kathy 
Moore. 




Row 1: M. O'Brien, J. Hasenfuss, G. O'Brien, L. Sullivan, J. Sicard, K. Barrera, K. 
Dentremont. Row 2: M. Murphy, S. Graham, M. Cafasso, M. Enos, L. Goransson, V. 
Long, [. Mclntire, L. Jacobs, M. Dunn, M. Macdonald, M. Kelley, M. Ponte. Row 3: 
Coach Farley, J. MacDonald, M. Leary, L. Coffman, A. Howlett, K. Moore, D. Poore, 
L. Mitcheroney, P. O'Neill, A. Macdonald, A. McPherson, A. Kershaw, D. DiCostanzo. 
Coach Little. 




OPPONENT 


WE 


THEY 


North Attleboro 


68 


41 


Mansfield 


56 


53 


Sharon 


41 


68 


King Philip 


73 


36 


Oliver Ames 


63 


46 


Stoughton 


SI 


28 


Foxboro 


92 


17 


Franklin 


57 


52 



OPPONENT 


WE 


TH 


North Attleboro 


69 


76 


Mansfield 


43 V2 


101 


Sharon 


51 


94 


King Phillip 


57 


88 


Oliver Ames 


79 


66 


Stoughton 


55 


90 


Foxboro 


47 


98 


Franklin 


52 


93 




Row 1: J. Limerick, W. Devine, J. Vogel, S. Cullinane, S. Kilgallen, P. Lofgren, M. 
Creem, D. Ryley, J. Dicostanzo, D. Murphy, L. Howlett. Row 2: Coach King, Coach 
Paddock, K. Cashman, A. Howlett, H. Orel, G. Cafasso, M. Uliano, D. O'Shea, R. 
Schneider, D. Linehan, T. McNaughton, Coach Hathaway. Row 3: J. Stefanie, G. 
Mullaley, R. Clark, D. Spector, P. O'Brien, J. King, S. Carter, R. Hasenfuss, R. 
Bischoff, T. Foley, Coach Cunningham, Coach Kelliher. 




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Row 1: J. McNeice, J. Leary, E. Trunfio, N, Kaiser, K. Graham. Row 2: Coach 
McDermott, J. Videtta, K. Doolan, K. Gagnon, B. Graham, C. Wilson. 





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WE 


THEY 


Franklin 




y 2 


Stoughton 


9 





Oliver Ames 


AVz 


4V 2 


Mansfield 


8 


1 


Sharon 


Vh 


5V2 


North Attleboro 


6 


3 


King Philip 


8 


1 


Foxboro 


5*4 


3V4 


Foxboro 


2 


7 


Sharon 


8 


1 


King Philip 


4 


5 


Oliver Ames 


5V 2 


3V4 




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Row 1: J. Kraemer, A. Singer. Row 2: Trainer Staiti, J. White, T. Fiore. Missing B. Trainer Staiti 

Jones, J. Staiti. 



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Row 1: President, Mary Lawler; Vice President, Dana Gaynor; Treasurer, Tom Berard; Corresponding 
Secretary, Lori Levine; Recording Secretary, Lois Cavanagh. Row 2: D. Drury, A. Kawadler, P. 
DeLang, J. Magee, J. Connolly, S. McLaughlin, P. Monahan, J. Anderson, J. Aledda. Row 3: R. 
Berard, J. Francis, J. Costello, M. Leary, P. Bertino, H. Cammarata, C. Cravens, S. Coleman, L. Smith, 
D. Boufides. Row 4: T. Fiori, J. Cohen, W. Gaynor, S. Levine, R. Brockman, M. Mahoney, J. Sheehan, 
D. Van Neste, A. Curran, P. Smith, A. McPHerson, J. Hagan, E. Milroy, E. Nemes, T. Berard, J. 
Murphy. 




Student Council Adviser 
Mr. Ventura 




President, John Connolly; Vice-President, Amy Kawadler; Treasurer, Faith 
Ernest; Secretary, Jacqueline Connolly. 



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Row 1: L. Goransson, J. Magee, S. Dore, C. McCloskey, D. Gaynor, J. Stasikelis, D. Malone, K. Modica, S. Galizio, C. Cohen, M. Hale. 
Row 2: J. Kay, L. Oshry, E. Renzetti, N. McLean, T. Sawtelle, L. Gualtieri, M. Parker, D. Kronillis, J. Murphy, L. Smith, E. Hagbery, 
J. Silvasy, S. Weber, P. Derry. Row 3: J. Gifford, W. Martin, D. Marciante, L. Kantaros, J. Brockman, F. O'Neill, J. Rittenhouse, J. 
Simons, K. Brophy, I. Tattelman, W. Diamond, T. McNaughton. Row 4: R. Kelley, J. Shuman, K. Page, L. Crawford, L. Milinder, B. 
Paradis, S. STaples, C. MacKay, D. Moberger, J. Schrank, L. Goetze, S. Hancock, R. Gottwald. 




The Century Club is made 
up of the one hundred students 
with the top grades of that 
year. 

The students were honored 
at a dinner and scholastic 
awards program. Families and 
the members of the Century 
Club were very proud and en- 
joyed a delightful evening. 



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Row 1: E. Gilmartin, E. Hagan, R. Kelley, F. O'Neill, J. Simons, A. Goetze, J. Silvasy. Row 2: H. McCarthy, C. Makay, J. Gifford, K. 
Paige, I. Tattelman, M. Hale, S. Weber, B. Paradis. Row 3: B. Pickett, M. Friedman, K. ADams, S. Staples, P. O'Neill, D. Moberger. 
Standing: D. Melchin, J. Brockman, W. Scannell, Mr. Badoian. 



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The Canton High School Math Team has 
achieved the most outstanding record ever 
achieved by any Math Team in New England. 
They have won three consecutive Large School 
State Championships, and two consecutive 
New England Large School Championships. In 
addition, they won two league championships 
as well as the play-offs during the past two 
years. 

This year the team has already established 
itself as the top team in both leagues and 
should repeat as champions in each league 
again this year. The following graduating sen- 
iors have been partly responsible for this out- 
standing record: Jay Brockman, Lindley Gif- 
ford, Richard Kelley, David Melchin, Debbie 
Moberger, Francis O'Neill, Barbara Paradis, 
William Scannell, Joshua Simons and Ira Tat- 
telman. 

Many of these students have continually 
ranked among the best performers each year in 
which they have competed. These perfor- 
mances were rewarded with suitable awards in 
the form of trophies. Several of the students 
earned the right to represent an "All State" 
team in post season competiton. The team won 
the Atlantic Region Mathematics League 
Competition held in Hartford, Connecticut last 
year. In participate in state and national indi- 
vidual competition. The following students 
placed in the top of all students competing in 
the State Olympiad examination: Lindley Gif- 
ford, Richard Kelley, Francis O'Neill, and 
Joshua Simons, This examination is taken by 
over 6000 students in Massachusetts. 

On the national level, Canton High School's 
Math Team placed ninth in the country on an 
examination sponsored by the Mathematics 
Association of Actuaries, and taken by stu- 
dents in thousands of schools throughout the 
United States. 

CHS Math Team is highly respected by 
teams not only in New England but along the 
Eastern Seaboard. It is through hard work and 
great effort on the part of many people which 
has earned the Canton Math Team the right to 
be called NUMBER ONE. 




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Mrs. Beaton, N. Dorrity, C. Shea, 
K. Donovan, D. Gaynor, K. Tay- 
lor, L. Mackay, D. DiCostanzo, D. 
Vinios, N. Simm, N. Heinemann, 
L. Oshry, R. Liftman, C. Gramer, 
L Tattelman, R. Murphy, A. 
Clark, A. Ippolito, L. Goransson, 
M. Chambers, L. Smith, J. Brock- 
man, W. Scannell. 






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Canton High's experience in a for- 
eign culture has led to an increased 
understanding of French culture in 
general, and to a new understanding of 
our own culture as well. 

Our exchange program emphasizes 
an intelligent observation of France 
and an active participation in the life 
of its people, and most importantly, 
involvement within a family unit. 

The program has both an academic 
and social aim to promote the stu- 
dent's intellectual growth and his ca- 
pacity for cross-cultured understand- 
ing. 

As our Canton High Students are 
fond of saying: 

Vive la France! 





Mrs. Beaton, N. Dorrity, C. Shea, K. Donvan, K. Taylor, L. 
Mackay, D. DiCostanzo, D. Vinios, N. Simm, N. Heineman, L. 
Oshry, R. Liftman, C. Graemer, R. Murphy, A. Clark, A . 
Ippolito, L. Goransson, M. Chambers, L. Smith. 



The Canton High French Club enlivens the 
study of French for the students, as it provides 
opportunities for many enjoyable features of 
language study. 

We have had the chance to enrich our 
bodies by partaking in a fest of crepes and the 
chance to enrich our minds by seeing the 
French play, L'Etranger by Camus. 

We have also had the chance to foster 
relations by being a co-sponsor with the 
Spanish and German Clubs of a Holiday Fete, 
replete with food and music representative of 
the three countries. 



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The Spanish Club has participated in 
various activities during the past year. In 
the fall, the members attended a Spanish 
film. At Christmas, native food was 
prepared by the students for a fiesta. This 
spring, all made the annual visit to a 
Spanish restaurant. 




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Row 1: D. Fields, S. Dore, N. Seresky, J. Kay, D. Marciante, T. 
Widberg. Row 2: Mrs. Grim, L. Milinder, B. Waldman, P. Halford, 
C. Mackay, J. Peterson, J. Henley. 




Row 1: B. Paradis, K. Donahue, C. Conti, M. McManus, L. 
Goetze, C. McClosky, D. Brophy, S. McManus. Row 2: Mrs. 
Nicolovius, J. Weipert, D. Mazzola, J. Stasikelis, T. Sawtelle, S. 
Galizio. Missing: E. Davidson, G. Hamm, S. Weipert, C. Maz- 
zola, C. Cohen, M. McCarthy, P. Derry, G. Crimmins, C. Bind- 



The newly formed German Club has 
planned many activities to enrich the 
cultural background of the members. These 
include going to a theater performance of a 
german play, a dinner at a german 
restaurant, and a visit to The Goethe 
Institute in Boston. 

Preparations are starting for a possible 
three-week exchange program with a 
gymnasium in Germany for the spring of 
1979. 



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Features Editor, Nancy Tamburino; Sports Editor, Michael 
Bruno; News Editor, Susan Shea; Art Editor, Sandra-Patience 



MERCURY STAFF 




Row 1: D. Golb, J. Shuman, Adviser, D. Walsh, J. Simons, M. Bruno. Row 2: J. Staiti, L. Kelly, M. McManus, S. 
McManus, J. Segal. Row 3: S. Shaffer, J. Silvasy, W. Evans, D. Baker. Row 4: B. O'Neil, L. Norcott, A. Macdonald, I. 
Tattelman, S. Onishi. 




This is the fifth year of Canton 
High's participation in the Close- 
Up Program. 

The Close-Up Program pro- 
vides its participants with the op- 
portunity to experience the citi- 
zen input in the democratic pro- 
cess. Students have the opportu- 
nity to meet the people responsi- 
ble for the governmental founda- 
tion of our country. 

The sightseeing enjoyed by the 
students, the meeting of news- 
making people, and the opening 
of governmental doors, provides 
the participants with a greater 
knowledge and understanding of 
their government. 



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Row 1: J. Anderson, J. Schrank, J. Bernazzani, J. Magee, C. Merlino, L. Cavanagh, M. Lawler. Row 2: L. 
Levine, F. Ernest, S. McManus, M. McManus, E. Wyse, J. Aledda, T. McNaughton. Row 3: C. Callanan, 
D. Gaynor, G. Passaretti, T. McDonough, S. Hancock, K. Nicholson, T. Berard, S. Crowe,. Row 4: L. 
Mitcheroney, J. Perez, M. Macdonald, A. Macdonald, T. Sawtelle, J. Callahan, R. Smith, Row 5: J. 
Malloy, C. Connolly, M. Smith, L. Woodworth, M. Leary, M. Fineberg, M. Hoppe, H. Cammarata. Row 6: 
D. Hampe, C. Mackay, M. Mahoney, C. Cravens, E. Hagan. 




Adviser: L. Farley, L. Smith, T. McNeil, D. Gaynor, L. Gaboury, J. Gallagher, D. Curran, L. Leary. Row 2: L. 
Jacobs, M. Ponte, M. Macdonald, P. O'Neill, A. Macdonald, M. McCarthy, D. Moberger, J. Aledda, A. 
Kershaw. Row 3: M Aprea, N. Bille, M. Kelly, M. Dunn, M. McGilvary, H. Morgan, M. Cafasso, L. Goransson, 
V. Govatsos. 




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Once again this year the Schol- 
ar Dollar Committee planned a 
Crazy Cop Day to raise funds for 
scholarships for Canton students. 

At the same time students were 
participating in a door to door 
campaign, warrants were served 
on prominent citizens, teachers, 
and business people. Members of 
the school committee, selectmen, 
school administrators, and stu- 
dents of Canton High all acted as 
the "officers of the law." "Fines" 
imposed and funds raised were 
contributed to the Scholar Dollar 
fund which awards scholarships 
each year. 

It is an enjoyable day and a re- 
warding day to have so many peo- 
ple in Canton work together for 
the benefit of the students. 



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Row 1: M. Carnes, S. Cronin, L. Milinder, S. Fernald, D. Segal, S. Galizio. Row 2: L. Bladder, M. Currivan, D. Pennellatore, J. 
Rittenhouse, M. Gibson, M. Fadden, C. Fox, A. Cronin, B. Smith, J. Friel, D. Wine, E. Demmons, S. Currivan. Row 3: K. Dellelo, 
R. Wood, M. McDonald, D. Devine, P. Allen, D. Lang, P. Danahy, J. Gifford, S. Weber, S. Strumski, W. Brown, J. Willemsen, 
K. Cronin, R. Kelley, A. Anzalone, S. Webbe, J. Remiesiewicz, D. Keegan. Row 4: R. Brown, R. Pasquarosa, S. Bruus, J. 
Klayman, E. McPherson, D. Baker, E. Cecelya. 




Row 1: R. Kelley, S. Currivan, B. Smith, L. Milinder, S. Weber, E. Remiesiewicz. Row 2: S. Webbe, J. 
Remiesiewicz. Row 3: E. Demmons, J. Willemsen, W. Brown, J. Gifford, D. Baker. 



Row 1: J. Grenier, M. Fadden, R. Puopolo, K. Grover, D. Hampe, S. Linnett, D. Keegan, C. Staples, Mr. Lavache. Row 2: B 
Johnstone, C. Mosley, E. Johnson, K. Williams, B. Macleod, R. Young, G. Callaghan, S. Garber, D. Chefitz. Row 3: S 
McCarthy, J. Staiti, J. Grenier, M. Lofgren, J. Carroll, V. Pizzi, J. Sheehan, J. Russell, R. Pasquarosa, D. Pasquarosa. Row 4: P 
Derry, A. Casey, C. Fox, S. Vangel, V. Devine, E. Hagberg, L. Paull, S. Weber, L. Milinder, M. Smith, P. Robinson. 




Row 1: L. O'Brien, K. O'Neill, K. Kronillis, L. DePalma, C. Cohen. Row 2: M. K. Burke, K. 
Modica, L. Judge, B. O'Neill, J. Billikas, B. Jaksch, E. Hagan, K. Cronin, A. Curran, D. 
Donohoe. Missing, C. Binder. 




Row 1: S. Garber, D. Semel, K. Grover, K. O'Neill, L. O'Brien, Mr. Lavache. 
Row 2: C. Gutteridge, J. Remiesiewicz, 1. Mclntire, M. Lofgren, J. Carroll, S. 
Vangel. Row 3: V. Pizzi, J. Billikas, D. Hampe. 





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Seated: J. Marshall, C. Gramer, H. Hall. Standing: R. Puopolo, J. Henley, J. Signori. 




Seated: T. Merlino, Mrs. Tyrrell, T. McNeil. Standing: M. Benoit, D. Carlin, J. Benedetti, L. Cavanagh, G. Passaretti, P. Delang, 
A. Wright. 

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Row 1 Top: G. Corwin, D. Goodrich, L. 
Davenport, L. Jacobs, L. Hayes, D. 
Brady, A. Berry, J. Glassman, B. O'Neil, 
D. O'Brien, T. Hardiman, R. Bernaz- 
zani, P. Fiorentino, Mrs. Walsh, S. Van- 
gel, C. Lowe. Missing: D. Golb, C. 
Burke, L. Gillis, L. Nannery, L. Hum- 
phrey, B. Haffermehl, M. Harding, R. 
Johnson. 




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Row 1: C. West, M. Powers, P. Colby, G. Hamm, N. Bille, N. Cahillane. Row 2: Mrs. Bertelleti, L. Hayes, A. Casey, S. 
Findlen, A. Callanan, T. Fiore, L. Jacobs, S. Bertelleti, R. Dolan, C. Cushman, M. Aprea, L. Kelly. 



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Row 1: M. Lawler, M. Masofsky, C. 
Becker, C. Levy, R. Titus. Row 2: N. 
Seresky, F. Ernest, D. Matanes, K. 
Warren, G. Passaretti, R. Ingeneri, 
A. Quigley, J. Schrank. Row 3: Mrs. 
Anderson, M. Kilgallon, J. Gal- 
lagher, L. Gaboury, C. Saffer, J. 
Marshall, M. Carasso, J. Malloy, P. 
Henley, L. Davenport, F. Bettinelli, 
Mrs. Gibson. 



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3-C COPYSHEET 




4D\fISER'S ASSISTANT 
Doris Kronillis 



LAYOUT EDITORS 
Richard Gottwald, Lauren Oshry 





NIPERCLASS EDITOR 
Amy Clark 



ART EDITOR 
Susan Hancock 




On a sunny day in September 1977, 
the Class of 1978 met for the first time as 
seniors. An eager Echo Staff, however, 
had already been long at work in plan- 
ning and preparing this yearbook. As the 
school year began, pages began to take 
form. With our early excitement still 
strong, the color, faculty, fall sports, and 
senior sections all fell into line. Then, 
without warning, the storm hit. Like ev- 
erything else in Canton, ECHO '78 was 
buried under ten-foot drifts. Our staff 
met the formidable challenge of "digging 
out" by working long hours, both in 
school and out. Finally, five deadlines 
and two hundred sixty pages later, the 
yearbook went to press. 

These past four years which we have 
spent at CHS, will always be special. 
Despite the many steep sections which 
we encountered in the frantic climb from 
the lowly depths of freshmen to the diz- 
zying heights of seniors, we are left with 
many great memories to cherish. It is 
with pleasure that the Staff of ECHO '78 
has recorded our final year at Canton 
High School. 

— The Editors 



STAFF 

David Marini, Sue McManus, Jenny Mel- 
ton, Julie Perez, Mary Murphy, Linda Mit- 

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THEN CAME THE SNOW THAT STOPPED US COLD . . 




Ricky Berard, President; Dina Boufides, Vice-President; 
Helen Cammarata, Treasurer; Robin Murphy, Secre- 
tary. 





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Row I: M. Benoit. 
M. Brosnahan. D. 
Arsenault, C. 
Burke. D. Brady, F. 
Bettinelli. Row 2: 
K. Bujnis. D. 
Aldrich, R. Berard. 
D. Boufides. S. 
Botsch. M. 
Buckingham. Row 
3: P. Bertino, D. 
Brophy. J. Bulman. 
L. Benedetti. R. 
Berardi, D. 
Brosnahan. Row 4: 
D Booth, P. 
Bonannd. C. Byars. 
C. Branca. K. 
Banks, M. Berardi. 



Row I: L. 
Cammarata, H. 
Cammarata, G. 
Cappelletti. R. 
Come, G. Callahan. 
Row 2: A. Clark. 
D. Cashman. M. 
Cafasso. N. Canale. 
Row 3: G. Colp. D. 
Cahill. A. Camiolo. 
G. Cafasso. M. 
Carroll. Row 4: M. 
Cavanagh. J. 
Canavan, S. 
Coleman, R. Ciolfi. 
M. Carrara. 



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Row 1: J. Connolly, 
M. Curran, W. 
Diamond, D. 
Devine, G. Dalton, 
M. Cotter. Row 2: 
J. Donahue, G. 
Corwin, L. 
Dardano, M. 
Cotter, S. 
DiRosario, L. 
Davenport, M. 
Costello, C. Conti. 
Row 3: J. Costello, 
C. Cravens, L. 
Crawford, C. 
Connolly, V. 
Crimmins, R. 
Dolan, A. Conlon. 

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Row I: L. 
Francescon, J. 
Dunn, M. Eardley, 
K. Eames, B. 
Dooley. Row 2: S. 
Dore, K. Donahue, 
M. Enos, M. Dunn, 
S. Galizio, R. Friel, 
M. Fineberg, D. 
Fields. Row 3. B. 
Flanagan, R. 
Claherty, K. 
Gagnon, W. Evans, | 
A. Donate Row 4: 
J. Francis, J. 
Doody, K. Downey, 
S. Foley, M. 
Fralick, J. Eckler. 

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Row 1: L. Gillis, C. 
Gramer, M. Hale, 
J. Glassman, S. 
Graham, P. Hagan, 
E. Hagberg. Row 2: 
P. Harding, S. 
Hartnett, D. 
Goodrich, L. 
Goetze, S. Hainline, 
K. Hasenfuss. Row 
3: J. Giannelli, R. 
Gilbertson, A. 
Goodman, E. 
Hanson, P. G lick, 
W. Hardy. Row 4: 
G. Hannon, F. 
Haley, J. Gavigan, 
P. Halfond, L. 
Gualtieri, D. 
Granger. 




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Row I: N. Keenan. 
T Heap. R. 
Kashmaman. C. 
Henderson. Row 2: 
A. Ippolito. L. 
Jacobs. P. Henley. 
M. Hoppe. M. 
Keliy. K. Irwin. 
Row 3: R. Keach. 
E. Jones. J. Kay. R. 
Hood. A. Jenkins. 
Row 4: J. 
Hellmuth, L. 
Kantaros, D. 
Keclan. M. Jenkins. 




Row 1: C. 
MacDonald, M. 
McGilvray, M. 
Martino, T. 
McNeil, M. 
McCarthy, J. 
Marshall, C. 
McCloskey. Row 2: 
M. MacDonald, A. 
Macdonald, D. 
McCarthy, L. 
Matuzek, B. 
MacLeod, L. 
MacKay, S. 
Marino. Row 3: J. 
Malloy, J. Malloy, 
S. McLelland, D. 
Marshalka, D. 
Marciante, D. 
Malone. Row 4: M. 
McCabe, S. 
McDermott, J. 
McCourl, J. 
McCarthy, C. 
Macari, E. Madden. 




Row 1: C. 
Nashawaty, M. 
Nelson, J. Murphy. 
J. Mullaley. Row 2: 
A. Merola, S. 
Michener, K. 
O'Brien, D. 
Mitcheroney. Row 
3: D. Murphy, J. 
Monlisano, R. 
Murphy, R. Morris. 
Row 4: C. 
Mullaney. J. Mills, 
L. Nannery, J. 
Murphy. 




Row I: D. 
O'Connor. D. 
Poore, M. Powers. 
J. Payne. K Page. 
P. O'Neill. Row 2: 
R. Puopolo. N. 
OHara, D. O'Shea. 
M. Pasquarosa. S. 
Perry. Row 3: B. 
O'Donnell. H. Orel. 
M. Powers, M. 
Ponte. Row 4: M 
Raggiani, P. 
O'Brien. M. 
Passaretti, C. 
Penders. 

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Row I: M. Smith, 
M. Smith, L. 
Roach. S. Rinaldi, 
T. Sawtelle. Row 2: 
L. Smith, C. Saffer, 
V. Reynolds. P. 
Robinson, P. 
Scopelleti, C. Shea. 
Row 3: C. Rodman, 
R Ricci. D. 
.Saunders, R. 
Shcehan, R. 
Shnider. Row 4: W. 
Shaw, J. Schocner, 
B. Smith, D. 
Spector. 



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Row I : S. Sullivan, 
J. Toronto, A. 
Spigel, M. Vieira, 
S. Studebaker, S. 
Uliano. Row 2: S. 
Staples, D. Vinios, 
M. Studholme, J. 
Stasikelis, D. 
Sumner, P. 
Sullivan. Row 3: D. 
Stevens, M. 
Trunfio, J. 
Stefaney, S. Van 
Newkirk, D. 
Sullivan, P. Sullo. 




Row 1: S. Weiner, 

A. Wright, D. 
Wagner, C. Weiner, 
K. Wentworth, J. 
Weipert. Row 2: K 
Wood, B. White, G. 
Weiner, J. Wheeler, 
J. Waystack. Row 
3: R. Ziedelis, A. 
Wright, T Ward, 

B. Waldman, J. 
Widberg. Row 4: S. 
Woodworth, M. 
Zogalis, L. 
Woodworth, R. 
Young, J. Yeomans. 




Diane Deyeso, Secretary; Andrea Callanan, 
Vice-President; Mary Ellen Mahoney, 
President; Suzanne Finland, Treasurer. 





Row 1: John Bircs. 
P. Barrera. J. 
Arico, D. Bell. J. 
Aufiero. H. Altman. 
D. Batcheldcr. D. 
Arsenault, S. 
Altman, R. Becker. 
Row 2: C. Blair. S. 
Andrews. T. Bacon. 
R. Bischoff. D. 
Bornstein. S. Arnao. 
Row 3: K. Adams. 
M. Bcrnu7/ani. N. 
Aprea. M. Allen. K. 
Arlington. L. 
Asbergs, C. 
Bainton. Row 4: D. 
Banks, C. 
Bertelletti.M. 
Amrhein. R. 
Bernazzani. S. 
Alleyne. 




Row I: E. 
Chambers. E. 
Cahill. D. Cafarella. 
N. Cahillanc. R. 
Carafa, D. Bryer. J. 
Bowen. Row 2: A. 
Callanan. M. 
Buckley. S. 
Bornstein. S. 
Carrara, L. Bujnis. 
J. Bravcrman. Row 
3: R. Brown. K. 
Byrne. M. Burke. 
R. Brockman. J. 
Bright, A. Braconi. 
Row 4: D. Botsch. 
S. Bruus. J. 
Cammarata, M. 
Bruno. R. 
Cacciagrani. L. 
Carrington. S. 
Bramhall. 



Row 1: D. Connelly, 
A. Cohn, T. Day, 
C. DaSilva, M. 
Cogliano, C. Coyne, 

C. Clasby. Row 2: 
P. Colby, C. 
Dalton, K. Cronin, 
T. Dailey, L. 
Coffman, D. 
Curran, D. Ciolfi. 
Row 3: J. DePalma, 
J. Cooper, J. 
Currivan, P. 
Desisto, P. Dawson, 

D. Cina, W. 
Crowley, J. Conley, 
J. Chrysikos. 



Row I: C. 
Fitzgerald, C. Finn, 
P. Fiorentino, D. 
Virgilio. D. Deyeso, 
S. Findlen, J. 
Dolan. Row 2: S. 
Feeney, R. Doran, 

C. Epstein, L. 
Doody, V. Devine, 

D. Donahoe, S. 
Duffy. Row 3: J. 
Fachy, M. Foley, S. 
Farrell, R. Forcucci, 
J. Ford, S. Fernald, 
C. Donahue. Row 4: 
K. Drinan, R. 
Flanagan, M. 
Fantasia, M. 
Friedman, J. 
Ezepik, E. Draper. 




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S. McCormick, J. 






McEnany, B. 






McDonough, B. 






Mackness, S. 






Matthews. Row 2: 






J. Masciarella, J. 






McDaid, J. 






McNeice M. 






MacDonald, C. 






McMorrow. Row 3: 






L. Mandell, C. 






MacKay, H. 






McCarthy, T. 






McLean, C. 






McGuire, S. 






McGoniglc, A. 






McPherson. Row 4: 






D. Marceau, E. 






Marchi, D. 






MacAdam, M. " 






McHugo, J. 






MacDonald, C. 






Malone, M. 






Mahoncy. 


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Row I: L. 
Mitcheroney, J. 
Nicholson, S. Olscn 
J. Merlino, P. 
Monahan, J. 
O'Brien. Row 2: B. 
Miller, F. Miller, P. 
Michaclson. A. 
O'Brien. J. 
Mullancy, K. 
Molloy, K. 
Michcncr. Row 3: 
P. Neville, S. 
Murphy, S. Mullen, 
P. O'Ncil. R. 
Milne, M. Murphy. 
D. O'Brien. Row 4: 
C. O'Neill. C. 
Moslcy, K. Moore. 
M° Mullen. B. 
Nordgren. 



Ro.v I: S. Sullivan, 
W. Titus, H. 
Snapper. Row 2: J. 
Sundook, S. Smith, 
K. Taylor. M. 
Staplcton, D. 
Spcarin. Row 3: S. 
Supple, M. 
Staplcton, J. 
Stenson, C. Sykes, 
K. Sullivan. Row 4: 
W. Thompson, R. 
Studholme, B. 
Sylvia, W. 
Stepanishen, K. 
Stratis, T. Tivnan, 
L. Stanton. 




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Row 1: L. 
Zartarian, J. 
Widberg, D. 
VanNeste, A. 
Weiner. Row 2: J. 
Yeomans, T. 
Watson, M. 
Trayers, S. 
Winthrop, L. 
Witunski, E. 
Wright. Row 3: J. 
McPherson, M. 
Winters, R. Tutin, 
D. Yeomans, P. 
Whelan, M. Uliano. 
A. Vandenburgh. 
Row 4: P. 
McClellan, C. 
Wilson, W. Walsh. 
W. Vogel, A. 
Twohig, P. Tucker, 
C. West. A. Uliano 



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Jill Hagen, Vice-President; Jill Cohen, 
President; Kevin Murphy, Treasurer; miss- 
ing Lisa Daniels, Secretary. 





Row 1: H. Avratin. 
N. Bell. A. Berry, 
P. Berardi, P. 
Brennan. Row 2: 
Mr. Staiti. K. 
Benedetti, L. 
Barnet, J. Berardi, 
L. Bower, P. 
Bashner, C. Adams, 
S. Belezos. Row 3: 
J. Amrhein, P. 
Allen, M. Binder. 
M. Bainton. J. 
Blanchard, S. 
Bouchard, S. 
Bougas. Row 4: W. 
Bowen, E. Badejo. 
R. Blair, S. Arthur, 
J. Berard, K. 
Anderson. 



Row 1: K. Browne, 
J. Cohen, M. 
Cavanagh, S. 
Brooks, E. Cecelya. 
Row 2: M. Bruno, 
S. Cailaghan, S. 
Brennan, L. 
Caldwell, C. 
Campbell, M. 
Carnes, A~ 
Cashinan. Row 3: 
G. Camiolo, E. 
Brimagc, M. 
Carroll, M. Cereno, 
W. Carnes, J. 
Connor, W. 
Coleman, S. Cohen. 



Row I: D. Lang, B. 
Lehman, C. Levine, 
J. Lester, N. 
Lydon, T. Lally, E. 
Lievi. Row 2: N. 
Lowry, J. Linsky, 
R. Lesieur, R. 
Kuschel, L. 
LaBollita, J. Lewis, 
K. Kronillis, C. 
Lowe. Row 3: J. 
Leary, S. Leonard, 
S. Little, J. 
MacDonald, P. 
Lynch, J. Levinson, 
M. Lipshires, D. 
Kuenzel, S. 
Langadinos. 




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Row I: C. 
MacDonlad, D. 
MacLeod, G. 
MacNeill, R. 
Maddestra, D. 
Mahoney, R. 
Malcolmson, M. 
Maitland, J. 
Mahoney, C. 
McCourt. Row 2: 
T. Martin, J. 
Mastandrea, D. 
Martino, A. 
Marshalka, W. 
Marshall, C. 
Mazzola, D. 
Matanes, J. 
Matthews, E. 
McCabe. Row 3: 
McCarrick, M. 
McDonald, S. 
McCarthy, S. 
McGilvray, S. 
McHowell, K. 
Mclntire, K. 
McKenna. 




Row I; G. Mulford. 
M. Merlino. J. 
Murphy, D. Molloy. 
K. Mutch. E. 
Milroy. P. 
McNaughton, B. 
■Miller. Row 2: P. 
Munson, E. 
McPherson, M. 
Miller, S. Mitchell. 

D. Milo. J. Miller. 
R. Merola. C 
Mellen. Row 3: L. 
Mitchell. P. 
Murphy, R. Mosley. 

E. Nemes. K. 
Murphy, J. Murphy. 
J. Morley. 





Row I: A. 
Philbrick, D. Ponte. 
D. Pelletier. K. 
Payne, J. O'Brien, 
S. Parker, J. 
Powers, D. Prisco, 
L. Norcott. Row 2: 
S. Phelan. S. 
Onishi, J. 
Paulauskas, J. 
Nolen, M. 
Pavadore. K. 
O'Hara, S. Pitts. 
Row 3: B. Olson. 
M. Neville, L. 
Olsen, E. O'Brien, 
fc. Newcomb, K. 
O'Neill, K. 
Puopolo. 



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Row 1: K 
Vadeboncour. K. 
Vieira. P. 
Vanderhule. C. 
Videtta. P. Travis. 
Je Tack. S. Sullivan. 
K Sullivan, J. 
Waldman. Row 2: 
J. Trunfio. R. 
Tierney. P. 
Studebaker, P. 
Sullivan. C. Vitale. 
J. Sullivan, J. 
Toronto. Row 3: M. 
Balday, J. Toomey. 
B. Thibeault. C. 
Voelker, M. Uliano. 
E. Tasi, Mr. Scully. 





Row I: S. Weipert. 
G. Wolf, K. Zack. 
K. Walsh. M. 
Wenger, J. Wedge. 
K. Wymer. Row 2: 

B. Wyse. T. 
Winnett. D. Wilson. 

C. Zervos, M. 
Wallin, M. White, 

D. Wine. R. Wood. 
Row 3: J. White. E. 
Walsh, W. Young, 

E. Yudis, B. 
Wyman. S. 
Yeomans, S. 
Weaver. 



Row 1: S. Garber, 

C. O'Neill, K. 
Grover, L. Paull, 

D. Keegan, A. 
Curran, L. Mil- 
linder, D. Chefitz, 

A. Weines, D. 
Hampe. Row 2: S. 
Strumski, E. 
O'Neill, K. 
O'Neill, K. Cro- 
nin, N. Simm, C. 
Staples, J. Gren- 
ier, D. Chelmow, 
S. Weber, J. Rus- 
sell, J. Carroll, J. 
Sheehan. Row 3: 
L. Judge, M. 
Burke, M. Smith, 

B. MacLeod, L. 
Blackler, G. Cal- 
laghan, R. Hurst, 
L. O'Brien, V. 
Pizzi. Row 4: J. 
Cremer, E. John- 
stone, S. McCar- 
thy, R. Pupoplo, 

E. Hagberg, P. 
Robinson, C. Mos- 
ley, V. Devine, D. 
Pasquarosa, J. 
Keefc, B. Haffer- 
mehl, L. Matus- 
zek, P. Derry. 



FROM OUR MUSIC ROOMS 



Row 1: S. Weber, 
B. Smith, J. Wil-. 
lemsen, S. Webbe, 
E. Remiesiewicz, 
E. Demmons, J. 
Remiesiewicz. 
Row 2: K. Daley, 
D." Baker, M. 
Cook, W. Brown, 
J. Gifford, C. 
Speros. 




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MRS. JEANNE COLLINS MISS LINDA FARLEY 




MR. OWEN HUGHES MR. GEORGE KING MR. PETER SCOTT 



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MRS. NANCY FAY MRS. HELEN GORANSSON MRS. JOAN GRIM 




MRS. ELSA NICOLOVIUS MRS. KAREN PILLA MISS ANN STOMBERG 



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MR. KENNETH KRUSE 



MISS EILEEN MOORE 



MR. MICHAEL NAGLE 




MRS. JANET RIVA 




MR. ARTHUR DUFFY MISS JUDITH GERRIE MR. DAVID HAINES 




MR. THOMAS HEALY 



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MR. ARTHUR BEDARD MR. DANIEL COUGHLIN 




MRS. JANET DUFFY MR. JAMES GAUL MR. ERIC MICHELSON 



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MR. GEORGE McCALLA MR. GARY McNAMARA MRS. SUSAN MEZGER 




MISS JOYCE PANCIOCCO MR. DONALD QUINCY MR. ERNEST ST. JEAN 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1978 



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MICHAEL P. CURRAN, Attorney-At-Law 
BENSON DIAMOND, Attorney-At-Law 
JOHN H. FLOOD, Attorney-At-Law 
JOSEPH G. GALLIGAN, Attorney-At-Law 
THEODORE J. GOODMAN, M.D. 
JOSEPH GRAGLIA, Attorney-At-Law 
LARRY HONIKMAN, M.D. 
ANDREW A. KEMALIAN, CP A. 
A. V. MARIANO, M.D. 
JOHN J. MOONEY, Attorney-At-Law 
ROBERT P. MORITZ, O.D. 
JEROME R. NATHAN, D.M.D. 
LAWRENCE F. PETERS, Attorney-At-Law 
HASKELL I. RAPOPORT, O.D. 
NICHOLAS ROCKOFF, D.M.D. 
PAUL A. SCHNEIDERS, Attorney-At-Law 
WILLIAM E. STAPLES, D.M.D. 
RICHARD N. TIERNEY, D.M.D. 



PATRONS 



ALLIED OFFICE PRODUCTS 
27 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

APOLLO SUB SHOP 
651 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

BOT-OUTS 
Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

CANTON OFFICE MACHINE & SUPPLY 

CORP. 
598 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

CROWN AUTOMOTIVE SALES CO., INC. > 
230 Turnpike Street (Rt. 138) 
Canton, MA 02021 

FRANK & VINNY'S BARBER SHOP 
620 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 



HAL'S BARBERSHOP 
634 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

MAGCAP ENGINEERING, INC. 
222 Bolivar Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

POIRIER'S GARAGE 
34 Jackson Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

STEVE'S BIKE BARN 
1030 Pleasant Street 
Canton, MA 02021 



TOWN LINE CARD & GIFT SHOP 
12 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

TOWN TV, INC. 
575 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Class of "78" 

Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers 
await you. 

With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choices of a career. 

We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time opportunities available, both in our office and 
distribution center, as well as retailing in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast. 

Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. 

MORSE SHOE 

555 Turnpike Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



"57" PARK PLAZA HOTEL 



200 Stuart St. at Park Square 
Boston, MA 02116 
Tel: (617) 482-1800 

BOSTON'S newest intown hotel 400 rooms + suites, swimming pool, 1000 car garage, 2 theatres, 
function room, cocktail lounges — Howard Johnson Restaurant, and 

Home of THE FAMOUS "57" 
RESTAURANT 





BERNARD'S ALUMINUM & VINYL 

553 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

Phone: 828-5254 

Bernard A. Fineberg 
President 



BLUE HILL AUTO REPAIR 



Good Used Cars 
Bought & Sold 



dward A. Hanson 



2718 Washington 
Canton, Mass. 02 




Congratulations to the Class 
Of 1978 



DAMON'S B. P. SERVICE 
STATION 

652 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



426-4717 
784-8671 

828-2800 fljurkg'g Wlutuers 



550 Washington St. 
Canton, MA 




'Where To Call" 



Win & Joanne Briggs 



Compliments of 

DRAPER BROTHERS COMPANY, INC. 



established 1856 



Compliments of 



BOSTON ENVELOPE COMPANY 




150 Royall Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 02021 



DIAGRAPH-BRADLEY INDUSTRIES, 
INCORPORATED 

DIAGRAPH 



Diagraph- Bradley of New England 
6 PequotWay 
Canton, Mass. 02021 
Phone: 828- 2201 

NORMAN SEIGENBERG 
Sales Manager 



MARKING 
SYSTEMS 




QUEEN ANNE SUB PARLOR 



828-6199 




930 Turnpike Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 02021 




TO THE 1978 GRADUATES, WE WISH A VERY 

HAPPY AND 
PROSPEROUS FUTURE 



E. M. DUGGAN, INC. 



140 Will Drive 
Canton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

HERBIE'S DELICATESSEN 

594 Washington Street 
Canton Center 



Compliments of 
LAMPS UNLIMITED 



107 Sharon St. 
Stoughton, MA 
344-7137 



1 199 Worcester Rd. 
Natick, MA 
655-1919 




Compliments of 
WILLOW AUTO 

930 Turnpike Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



240 



TIMOTHY'S CATERING 

Weddings, Banquets, Testimonials 

32 Neponset Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 

828-2675 



JIM ALACH 
COBBS CORNER SHELL 

TEL: 828-9720 

41 Washington St., Canton, MA 
02021 



ANGELO'S SUB SHOP 

351 Turnpike Street, Canton 
(across from Blue Hills Drive-In) 

Hours 

Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. 
Sun. 12 noon to 11 p.m. 
Orders to take out 
Tel. 828-8903 



Compliments of 

SHANNON OIL COMPANY 

513 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



JOSEPH D. GALVIN 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
1209 Washington Street Canton, Massachusetts 



Telephone: 828-0505 
828-0506 



DOCKRAY & THOMAS 
FUNERAL SERVICE 



Alexander F. Thomas Mrs. James A. Dockray Timothy A. E. Thomas 

Directors 

Completely Remodeled Funeral Home 

455 Washington Street 

Canton, Massachusetts Tel 828-081 

Ample Parking 



ANDREOTTI PHARMACY, INC. 

574 Washington Street 
Canton, Mass. 02021 

Victor G. Andreotti 
Registered Pharmacist 

Telephone: 828-8210 



Best Wishes to the Class of '78 



JIM'S VARIETY 

588 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 




Best Wishes to the Class of '78 
from 

MERKERT ENTERPRISES, INC. 

500 Turnpike Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to the Class of '78 



DENNENO'S 



PIZZA - SUBS 
545 PEARL STREET 

STOUGHTON, MASSS. 02072 PHONE 344-9803 




Compliments of 



D. JAMES REAL ESTATE, INC. 



1040 TURNPIKE ST. 
CANTON, MA. 02021 
Telephone: 828-7330 



STRAND JEWELERS 




Your Friendly Hometown Jewelers 

562 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 
PHONE: 828-3700 



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WESTERN FLYER & RALEIGH 
BIKES 

Town Line Plaza 
16 Washington Street 
Canton, Mass. 02021 

Phone 828-3360 



Frank C. Cogliano 
and 

Joseph D. Cogliano 



LANDSCAPE DESIGN - LANDSCAPING - TREKS AND SHRUBS 
NURSERY STOCK • TREE WORK 



Blubvtbw 




Nurseries 



ROUTE 12S 
CANTON, MASS. 
8 28-2737 



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Compliments of 

CANTON 
PIZZA 




CRRRDOnnfl S LIQUOR STORE, inc. 



Cobb's Corner Shopping Plaza • Canton, Ma. 02021 
354 Washington St. (Rte. 138) • Stoughton, Ma 02072 




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617/828-1981 



DAVID W. LOGAN, REALTOR 

1900 Washington St . Canton, Ma. 02021 





250 Turnpike Street 
nton. Mass 02021 



7) 828-9323 




•Healthco 

+1- 



MEDICAL-SCIENTIFIC 



TUCO GRINDING CORPORATION 

Specialist in Standard and 
Special Cutting Tools 




Iff 



259 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 
Phone: 828-9200 



Compliments of 
YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT 




beckham travel service 



beckham tours 



828-6700 




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Compliments of 

PERSONAL TOUCH 
Hallmark Cards-Stationery- Party 
Goods-Gifts-Bathroom Accessories 

BEAUX'N BELLES 
Infants' and Children's Wear 

T SHIRT PLACE 
Personalized T Shirts Made 
Expressly For You 

All Of These Fine Stores 
Are Located Inside: 

TRI-TOWN MALL 

Canton, Massachusetts 




PALETTE PAD 
ART SUPPLIES 

Framing-Frame Mouldings 

475 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



Rita Cann 




SALES - SERVICE 



PARTS - BODY SHOP 



879 WASHINGTON STREET • CANTON, MASS. 02021 

Open Evenings Phone: 828-3800 



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RECORDS b TAPES 



qood uibfotiono 



WALPOLE MALL 
E. WALPOLE. MASS. 02032 
668-3133 • 762-3323 



TRI-TOWN MALL 
CANTON. MASS. 02021 
828-4533 



Congratulations, 
Graduates! 



i NITRON 



Instruments and Systems for 
Advanced Materials Testing 



2500 Washington Street, Canton, Mass. 02021 




CANTON LAUNDROMAT 

566 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 02021 




828-4029 



JOHN DOLAN 



CUSTOM INSTALLATIONS 
INLAID LINOLEUM 
ARMSTRONG - GAF - CONGOLEUM 
COMMERCIAL & KITCHEN CARPET 



638 WASHINGTON STREET CANTON, 

MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

THE PHILLIPS 
MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 



828-1004 or 828-9110 



Richard Lewis Inc. 

576 WASHINGTON STREET, CANTON CENTER 




SPRINGDALE VARIETY 

489 Bolivar Street 
Canton, Massachusetts- 



MACGREGOR 
AND 
CARROLL 

Attorneys-at-Law 
742 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 02021 
828-2250 828-2251 
Paul B. Carroll MacLaren H. MacGregor 



PAUL E. TAYLOR, INC. 
REALTORS 

ANN FRASER 



LAZY S STOCK FARM INC. 
HUGHES HORSE & RIDER 
SUPPLIES INC. 

Randolph Street, Canton, Massachusetts 
02021 
Telephone: 828-1681 



hing for the Horse, Rider, Stable 
Veterinarian & Horseshoer 





B & B VARIETY 

713 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 

Featuring Daily Numbers Game 

Open 7 days 



828-1004 or 828-9110 



RICHARD \ 
LEWIS 
INC. 




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572 WASHINGTON STREET — CANTON CENTER 



TOWNE UPHOLSTERING COMPANY 




HUGHES SKATE 
SHOP 



CCM 
BAUER 



COOPER 
HYDE 
NORTHLAND 

Radius Work 



SPAULDING 
WINNWELL 



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'IS*' 1 



699 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 
828-9843 



PETER PIANA & SONS 



Flowers for all Occasions 

221 Neponset St., Canton, MA 
02021 



NEW 

CANTON 
CENTER 
HARDWARE 

(Formerly Canton Lumber) 

489 Washington Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 
828-1232 



4i 



JOSEPH P. 
ROACHE 



Home for Funerals 
828-2929 

Clyde S. Pushard Robert G. Keeling 

Directors 



jseffes 

system 







COFFEE SYSTEM OF NEW ENGLAND 

A DIVISION OF ARA SERVICES 

1020 TURNPIKE STREET (ROUTE 1381 
CANTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02021 
(617) 826-6315 TOLL FREE 1-800-232-6 132 
R. I. (401 ) 438-3340 



INTERPOLYMER CORPORATION 

330 Pine Street 

Canton, Massachusetts 02021 

(617) 828-7120 



CANTOjy 

INSTITUTION 
FOR SAVINGS 




TFIFPHQNE B2B-716C 



BLUE HILL 

Ll N CD LN- MERCURY, INC. 



Sales, Service and Rental 

390 Turnpike Street 
Canton, MA 02021 



BEST WISHES FROM 



PAUL'S DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

WHOLESALE 
1C6 CREAM & FROZEN FOOD 



COMPLETE LINE OF DECORATED ICE 
CREAM CAKES 



TEL. 828-8150 



323 Turnpike St. 
(RTE 138) 
Canton, MA 02021 




Compliments to the Class of 
1978 

DYKEMAN PHARMACY, 
INC. 

Canton Center 



MERSON & CUMING 
INC. 



Canton, Massachusetts 
828-3300 

Plastics/Ceramics for Electronics 



Distributors 



BRUCE K. PRATT 

PRESIDENT 

BERWICK MARINE, INC. 

335 WEST STREET 

WEST BRIDGEWATER. MASS. 02379 
587-5198 



EVMRUDE 

first in outboards 



CUT -ALL TOOLS, INC. 

323 TURNPIKE STREET 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02021 



W. E. (Bill) Fitzgerald phone: (6i7> 828-1643 



WE DO IT ALL FOR YOU 




McDonald's 

u Li 

STOUGHTOW 



® 





AUTO REPAIRING 

ON ALL MAKES 

AIR CONDITIONING SKVK! 

WHEEL ALIGNING 

• DYNAMIC 
WHEEL BALANCING 

TUNE-UPS 
BRAKES • MUFFLERS 

24 HOUR TOWING 

828-9621 



NEPONSET STREET | RT. 95. EXIT 1 IS | CANTON 




RESTAURANT 

COCKTAILS 



Orders Put Up To Take Out 
Please call 828-3236 

OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A. M. TO 1 A M 



599 WASHINGTON ST 



CANTON. MASS 02021 



, INC 



Street 
msetts 



Compliments of 



J. L. PRATT 

REALTORS 



REALTOR ' 



Complete Insurance Service 



CANTON and Vicinity 

Tel. 828-2588 
828-1155 



1475 Washington Street CANTON, MASS. 



CANTON POOL INC. 

Heritage Pools 
Sales-Service-Supplies 
828-2895 

Dave Masciarelli, President 
394 Neponset Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 02021 



BRADLEY, ESTEY, STRUMSKI insurance agency, inc 





343 NEPONSET STREET 
CANTON MASS 0?021 

(617)828-4244 




BEST OF LUCK, GRADUATES 




Canton Co-operative Bank 

INCORPORATED IS90 

510 WASHINGTON STREET 
CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



® 



AUTOMATIC SAFETY PRODUCTS INC. 

FIRE AND SECURITY SYSTEMS 

DESIGN, SALES, SERVICE 



933 TURNPIKE ST., (RT. 1 38), CANTON, MASS. 02021 • (61 7) 828-4690 




CROWELL'S 

SHELL SERVICE 

Official Inspection Station 

John E. Farrington, Manager 
2168 Washington Street 

(Route 138) 
Canton, Massachusetts 



Road Service Pickup 
and Delivery 



Tel. 828-9755 
828-2523 



Compliments of 



MAINCO SCHOOL SUPPLY 



57 Pine Street 
Canton, Massachusetts 



AREA CODE 617 

828-0695 



C union /.^rnnze _'}faminum J7ounJru 'Ak 

NON-FERROUS CASTINGS 



Compliments of 

CANTON REAL ESTATE 



Stephen and Alice Braconi 



TURNPIKE STREET • ROUTE 138 
CANTON MASSACHUSETTS 02021 



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Compliments of 
NEPONSET STREET CAR WASH 



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Compliments of 

PICKER CORPORATION 

220 Bolivar Street 
Canton, MA 



1 CROWELL'Sl 
1 MARKET 1 










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Best of Luck to the 
Class of 1978 



CONGRESSMAN JOSEPH 
MOAKLEY 




Congratulations and thank you 

SHABU HAIR SALON 



1595 Central Street 
Stoughton, Mass. 




PECUNIT STREET • CANTON. MASSACHUSETTS 



Professional expertise in all phases of functions 
Wedding • Social and Business Affairs 

828 2000 
323-IOOO 





Specializing, in f-^arltf ^Jraus und Smoked -?/ >/i JPtalle 

Goodies 

Restaurant- 'Delicatessen 



In the Tri-Town Mall 
95 washington street 

CANTON 



828-6850 Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m.- 10 p.m. 

Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m.-l a.m. 
Sun. 8 a.m. -10 p.m. 



Russell Coal & 
Oil Co. 



828-0470 



FIRING 



PHONE 828-9642 



A COMPLETE LINE OF 
GREENWARE - BISQUEWARE - PAINT & SUPPLIES 



PO BOX 136 
515 A WASHINGTON STREET 



CANTON. MASS. 



TRI-KOSHER MEATS IN 

110 Washington Street 
Canton, MA 

Self-service Kosher Meats 
Party platters and freezer orders 
our specialty 

WEEKLY SPECIAL 






Ford Sales Inc. ^iftUSJ^ Lincoln Mercury 

ROUTE ONE FOXBORO, NEXT TO SCHAEFER STADIUM 






Tel. 828-2161 



DIAMOND MOTORS 

THE BEST IN USED CARS 



GLENN A ARRIGO 
DONALD P FOLEY 



241 Turnpike St. 
Canton, MA 02021 




TUCO GRINDING 
CORPORATION 

Specialist in Standard and 
Special Cutting Xools 




259 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 
Phone: 828-9200 



Engineering & 
Design 
Associates, inc. 

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEFPS 



240 TURNPIKE STREET 
CANTON, MASS. 02021 
| l«1 7) 828-4700 



1126 Hartford Ave. 
Johnston, RI 02919 
(401) 521-5650 




The Banking Center 

Milton Village/East Milton Square/Cobbs Corner, Stoughton/Offices of Milton Savings/696-6500 




There's Life Insurance 
in your future . . . 




MUTUAL 

LIITEJ IIN8UFLAINCE COM I*AINV 

120 ROYAL STREET • CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02021 • (617) 828-7000 



Compliments of 

CUMBERLAND FARMS 



Cumberland 

farms, 




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